Tuesday , November 24 2020

The Committee appoints the Committee to Examine Complaints of Agricultural Producers



With the intervention of President Fadeagro, Acilis Hopkins, the National Assembly began on Tuesday the debate on the shortage of meat and other essential products on the Venezuelan diet, which approved the appointment of a special committee to monitor complaints presented.

The meeting was also attended by former producer and producer Hiram Gviria, president of the federation of farmers' products Armando Chochen, who denounced the attack "the government against the producers and the seizure of their products by some governors."

"The country is going hungry, because national production is in the ground, and the small arfa that is being made with imported corn," said Equivalas president, Aquilis Hopkins.

"There is no chicken here, no meat, no pork and no eggs, because the chicken, the chicken and the pig need yellow corn, soya for their concentrated food, and that does not happen in Israel," he said.

He insisted that the food shortage currently being addressed to the population is driven by the continued decline in domestic production because that is what drives price increases, unfortunately in the state of oil, today we do not have oil for tractors or fertilizers for our crops, "he said.

"When we offer government support for national production, the response is intervention against what is done in Venezuela, and as if that were not enough, manufacturers are forced to sell us 30% of our production on a mandatory basis," he claimed.

On the other hand, Deputy Alexis Paparoni, noted that the presence in this session of agricultural producers suggests that it is necessary that we unite efforts so that the field in Venezuela can emerge from the crisis situation through which the state passes.

"I think it is necessary to say Mr. Nicholas Maduro that this problem allows us to condemn some governors for violating the Constitution articles 115, 305 and 506, which indicate the right of property and enjoyment of the property of Venezuela" Paparuni city.

He argued that "these governors confiscate or rob the work of producers, when they are forced to give a very high percentage of their production to certain entities.

He also reminded the legislator that today of 32 million hectares of land in Venezuela for agricultural activities, there are only 22 million hectares in the hands of the state, which had a number of expropriations amounting to 5 million expropriation.

Source: National Assembly


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