Agricultural Policy Formation in the European Community: The by MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN


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The feeling of the participants was well expressed by Chancellor Kohl, under whose Presidency the summit meeting had been held: "We have avoided a grave crisis and we must now make a new beginning11. III. SEQUENCE OF EVENTS With this brief background in mind, it is now possible to describe the sequence of events which led to the March 1984 compromise reforming the CAP. e. as independent as possible of the hypotheses presented below to interpret the sequence. It is hoped that the brief historical background of issues just presented will provide sufficient guidelines to select the most significant events which occurred during the period under study.

The Chambers of Agriculture are semi-public bodies, administering various agricultural services, particularly the extension service, at the "departement" (administrative district) level. ) under the control of Government civil servants. For all practical purposes, farmers run these organizations. In the last election, FNSEAsupported lists of candidates won a clear majority in most "departements". Thus the ideological position of the APCA, the apex organization of Chambers of Agriculture, is very close to that of the FNSEA.

Dairy quotas were sure to interfere with the modernization process reflected by that growth. Thus BrittanyTs farm organizations were adamantly opposed to quotas. Their sense of solidarity is heightened by their common recent history. Twenty years ago, Brittany was still an area of fragmented farms and low yields. e. a technical, economic and social revolution. Farms are still relatively small, but they are very intensive. Milk, pork and poultry production are very developed. ). These struggles forged their regional identity, based also on old cultural traditions, including a specific Gaelic language (which was dying and is now taught in some secondary schools and at the University of Rennes).

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