00:39 GMT +307 December 2019
Listen Live
    French farmers  protesting against low farm incomes and growing criticism of agricultural practices, France, November 27, 2019

    French Farmer's Unions Protest Government and Media in Paris - Video

    © Sputnik /
    Europe
    Get short URL
    0 80
    Subscribe

    The French farmer unions FNSEA and Jeunes Agriculteurs protest in Paris came in response to what they have called “agri-bashing” from the media and French government.

    According to the National Federation of Agricultural Syndicates (FNSEA), about 10,000 farmers with 1,500 tractors across the country will take part in the action.

    The demands of the FNSEA are in line with those expressed during the two previous union marches in October. The use of pesticides, the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union (EU) and Mercosur (Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay), the Free Trade Agreement between the Twenty-Eight and Canada (the CETA), the EGalim agriculture and food law, the roundtrips on palm oil taxation and the attacks of anti-viral activists are the issues that have concentrated tensions.

    Follow Sputnik feed to find out more.

    Related:

    Thousands of Tractors Block Traffic in Berlin As Farmers Protest New Agricultural Policies - Video
    Tags:
    protest, France, Paris
    Community standardsDiscussion
    Comment via FacebookComment via Sputnik