Dockers on strike blocking items, anti-projects, anti-farmer tag, and so forth. The Departmental Federation of Farmers' Unions of Côtes-d'Armor (FDSEA 22) is deeply involved about the way forward for the occupation.
The Departmental Federation of Farmers' Unions of Côtes-d'Armor (FDSEA 22) reacted to the tag found on a school restaurant in Saint-Alban, focusing on FNSEA and farmers. “It’s sturdy to accuse a occupation and a union of poisoners! protest members. It’s insupportable and onerous to stay. We recall that we farmers have made many efforts and have developed with requirements, practices. and so forth. French agricultural productions are demanding and really managed. We use phytosanitary merchandise as professionals and don’t do something. The legislation on phytosanitary product no-treatment zones must be clarified. Relating to their use, European laws ought to be utilized to all nations. However that … We’re at work, however we’re not rewarded “, remorse the members.
Concern over the dockers' strike …
Apart from that, they’re very frightened concerning the 40-day dockers' strike which sounds the alarm. “It was a long-term job to ship our French pork to the Chinese language market. And the products are blocked on the ports! It has an financial affect and it's a lack of market. The entire meals trade dangers being weakened. “
… And anti-projects
One other level that challenges them: anti-projects. “Now we have to cease now. Initiatives are blocked as a result of collective residents are systematically towards them, with out attempting to grasp. Sure, there are noises from tractors, animals, odors. We must settle for that the countryside is alive! “
Cotes d'Armor. FDSEA 22 frightened about dockers strikeOuest-France.fr