April 16, 2024

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The French farmers' protest is not over yet: French farmers want to continue their movements |  outside

The French farmers' protest is not over yet: French farmers want to continue their movements | outside

Angry French farmers want to continue their work on the land. This was announced by the CEO of the French Agricultural Federation FNSEA today, on the last day of the agricultural exhibition in Paris.

According to Arnaud Rousseau, farmers expect “very tangible results” after the French government’s promises. He added that the FNSEA does not call for national action, but each administration can take the lead on a number of actions.

Since the agricultural protests began in January, the French government has pledged more than €400 million in emergency aid and strengthened legislation to protect farmers' incomes. In addition, it promised to make regulations, especially regarding the environment, less stringent.

The Paris agricultural exhibition was marked by farmers' protests. French President Emmanuel Macron was greeted with whistles during his visit to the salon.

Angry farmers have also taken action elsewhere in Europe, including our own, in recent weeks.

Farmer Evelyn (38 years old) on the front line in Brussels: “If we protest too well, people won't listen” (+)

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