Milagros Marcos y Joaquín García Díez


· The GPP Agriculture spokeswoman criticizes the Government for its "inaction", which puts at risk the next seven years of European funds, the future of farmers and ranchers and two and a half million jobs linked to agri-food, and criticizes that tariff reduction has not been negotiated "as other countries have done".

· "They have reached the negotiation of the Multiannual Financial Framework without having done absolutely nothing, and we do not know what Sanchez plans to ensure that not one euro is taken from the field," as the PP got with the CAP.

· It discriminates against the Government to go to Europe as a loser, because "we must not choose between PAC or Cohesion Funds", but increase the contribution so that funds are not reduced and calls for allies, negotiation and convincing.

· The Agriculture spokeswoman points out that our farmers and ranchers do not deserve the treatment that this Government is giving them with Vice President Iglesias at the head: "Do not let your government partners take your wallet."

· He reminds the minister that in 2018 he pledged to improve the profitability of agricultural and livestock farms and the result has been a decrease of eight percent in agricultural income, and reproaches him that the measures he announces are the same as those already He promised, "What happens is that he has left two years without doing anything and the situation of the sector is now critical."

· He accuses the Government of taking a flight forward because he has done nothing to know the costs of production: "If I knew two years ago what had to be done to fight the crisis, why did not do it."

· It requires you to say how much new budget your Royal Decree carries, and to implement the Shock Plan presented by the Popular Group after listening to the OPAS, through a Proposal with urgent measures to solve the problems of the sector.

· It reaches out to the Government to create a Parliamentary Association on sustainable agri-food production that listens to the different agents of the value chain, from all the affected sectors, in order to subsequently make the corresponding proposals to the Ministry.


· The Fisheries spokesman also criticizes the Minister for continuing to fail to meet the commitments made in his 2018 appearance, especially those related to new flexibility mechanisms in the management of the Cantabrian-Northwest Caladero or the Gulf of Cádiz, or a comprehensive management plan for the Mediterranean.

· “We demand that fishing not be treated as an exchange currency during the Brexit negotiations, and that contingency measures be provided to support the fishing sector in the event of delays in the entry into force of the agreement. It is in your hand to turn Brexit into an opportunity for the fishing sector. ”

· It demands that all kinds of measures be promoted as soon as possible to facilitate the recruitment of crew members and the generational relief, also improving the management plans of the different national fishing grounds.

· Considers that the most important thing in the negotiation is that the question of free access to waters and ports is inseparable from the question of free trade and access of fishery products from the United Kingdom to the EU market, and that the negotiation on fishing do not disconnect from the negotiations on the global economic association, particularly on trade, with which there must be a direct link.

· The GPP advocates that the New European Maritime and Fisheries Fund 2021-2027 correct current dysfunctions and be more agile and simplified and thoroughly endeavor to allow aid to modernize ships for the processing sector and for entities Associations such as Fishermen's Guilds.

· It warns that it is urgent that the Ministry changes the regulations that regulate the power of engines in craft boats, to avoid European sanctions or having to change the engines.

· He criticizes that he does not meet with the Andalusian fishing authorities to address important issues such as temporary stops, the management plan of the Gulf of Cádiz or the Mediterranean Trawling Plan.

· It also requires direct involvement in matters such as time control for fishing boats; the revision of the reduction coefficients for collectives such as watering cans; or the modification of the Coastal Law, which can seriously affect the activity of more than 100 companies and 5,000 buildings of 80 municipalities in Galicia alone, leaving thousands of people in the Mar-Industry sector unemployed.

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