The farmers of the FNSEA and the JA of the large Paris basin announced Friday that 1,000 tractors would converge on Paris on November 27 as part of a national mobilization intended to express the “fed up” of the profession. Block road access to Paris
“The hour is fed up!”, Indicate the farmers, listing the reasons for their dissatisfaction: “Free trade treaties, Franco-French regulatory measures which hamper the performance of farms, distorting imports, the Egalim law which is not applied in its entirety “.
“Farmers expect from the President of the Republic firm commitments in line with his positions. In one sentence: does France still need its peasants?”, They ask in a press release from the FDSEA and the JA (Young Farmers) Ile-de-France, and the FNSEA Grand Bassin Parisien.
“More than 1,000 tractors from the Hauts-de-France, Normandy, Ile-de-France, Grand-Est, Center-Val-de-Loire and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté regions will meet in Paris” on November 27 , they warn.
From 6 a.m.
“They will be from 6 am at the gates of the capital”, on the motorways “A1, A4, A5, A6, A10, A11, A13, A14, A15”, and on the national “N1, N2, N12, N20 “, they specify.
For the rest of France, “the forms of action will vary according to the territories and the productions”, according to the FNSEA.
In the continuity of the two union actions of October 8 and 22, the FNSEA and Young Farmers will mobilize “to ask distributors and manufacturers to allow the return to a decent income for farmers, and the State to transform its promises into action concrete: no additional distortions “, indicate the two unions.
During the last day of action, on October 22, the peasants gathered in front of the prefectures of the whole of France, calling on the Head of State with the words “Macron, answer us!”.
Emmanuel Macron had done so from Mayotte where he was on the move, saying he found attacks on farmers “unacceptable”.