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Farmers demand in Mazarrón to lower the tax burden on tomato (13/11/2008)

The delegate in Mazarrón Murcia ASAJA agrarian organization, Jose Navarro, said "farmers are being the victims of the disorganization of the government.

We are not the fault of the Executive Zapatero has made a bad management and now wants to take money from anywhere. "

Navarro made the remarks yesterday afternoon, due to the concentration of BDA in Mazarrón, which brought together more than 300 people, which warned that "this is only the first concentration.

Failure to provide solutions, will organize a large-scale in Murcia.

From Murcia ASAJA require a module on the tomato stable and adequate to reality ", as the modulation on the tomato is seriously undermining the viability of regional agriculture.

In this sense, the leader of ASAJA Murcia, Alfonso Gálvez, reported that, compared to existing modulation of 0.17 from 2000 to 2006 in 2007 the Government rose to 0.37.

Moreover, "placing it now poses in a final in 0.26," which, according to Gálvez Caravaca, "is intolerable."

The industry "can not cope with a module that high."

Explains the leader of the agrarian organization, "raw materials have increased so rapidly in a short time, see the case of water and fertilizer."

They are not the only problems reported from ASAJA Mazarrón.

They add that low prices in origin or unfair competition from third countries will inevitably trigger the funeral of agriculture in the Region of Murcia, as farmers can not afford such a high tax burden.

The central government's attitude to the modulation on the vegetables and tomatoes, in the view of Jose Navarro, a "way of the presiding Executive Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero to seek money who do not, but just moves it.

We are the victims of an untenable situation. "

In this regard, the Delegation in Mazarrón Murcia BDA has said that the concentration of late yesterday is only the first, the first hint of warning.

We want to raise public awareness of the plight that comes across the sector in recent years and will do whatever is necessary to do so, he stresses.

Source: ASAJA Murcia

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