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“The Government is not going to move an inch”, the Government’s response to the Liaison Table

Liaison Table Source: Archive

The answer was not long in coming and the tension continues to rise. After the Liaison Table defined a measure of force after the temporary suspension until March of the corn exports, the Government redoubled the bet and warned that will not back down with the measure.

“The government is not going to move an inch, it has not. He is going to score and he is going to stand up defending the interests of all Argentines, “said the Minister of Public Works, Gabriel Katopodis, in statements to El Uncover radio.

The Liaison Board has already decided to go to a protest, It only remains to define “the tenor”, that is, the modality, the date and the time that the measure will last, after each entity consult your commissions and base entities.

Jorge Chemes, President of Confederaciones Rurales Argentinas (CRA), said yesterday that his entity will adhere to the cessation of activities. “It only remains to define the characteristics of the measure, the format and the time. A marketing cessation is sure to emerge. A marketing cease would be launched that would start on Wednesday, but these are some of the actions that would be carried out, “he said.

While, Carlos Achetoni, President of the Argentine Agrarian Federation (FAA) said that each entity will consult partners to unify criteria. He also reported that in the virtual meeting that lasted more than two hours that “the cessation of commercialization of grains and ranches is within the possibilities”.

From tomorrow they will be made assemblies of self-convened producers in various parts of the country, such as Pergamino and Bell Ville, among other localities, that reject the measure by the Government and where definitions are expected about carrying out a strike with the halt of commercialization of grains and property, as well as control of loads on the routes.

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