In the same sense, the Argentine Rural Societyanother of the entities that make up the Liaison Table, which pointed out that “none of the measures announced by the governments to date reach and do not consider the profound consequences that the drought will cause to other economic links and its social implications. The hard-earned resources that year after year we take risks to continue producing food evaporate in the face of a passive gaze from Argentine politics, reaffirming what the national leaders of the sector have been saying for months”.
For this reason, he agreed with the reasons that motivated the mobilization of February 28 and guaranteed that “we will participate with all those producers who feel that their present is unsustainable.”
The assembly will be held from 8 o’clock on the side of the Buenos Aires-Rosario highwayat the access to Arroyo Seco, at the intersection of highway 9 and route 90, in demand for greater assistance from the Government for the sector.
In a statement, CRA warned that The situation “is critical and the governments of the three levels of the State have to respond to each claim and concrete solutions to solve this crisis”.
CRA announced that during the assembly will demand that the Government implement real mechanisms that “remove the tax siege on the affected producers”; suspend the income tax, tax executions, embargoes and constraints on banks; carry out a comprehensive and progressive tax reform and eliminate the exchange differential.
They will also ask Eliminate withholdings, create multi-risk insurance, grant credits “let them come out of the usury rate generated by the State itself and address the problems of regional economies.