After the event, room for discussion. The organizers of the rally Quimper, Saturday, attended by between 15,000 and 30,000 for1, are ready to get back around the negotiating table to discuss the future of Britain. Last night, the Prime Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault, 2 invited to gather around the "pact for the future" which includes, among others, the release of a fund of 15 million euros for the business 'agroalimentaire3.
A meeting could be held on Wednesday, a week after the one that had gathered Breton parliament and seven ministers Matignon4 and which led to the suspension of écotaxe5. "The prefect of the region will be in touch to this end on Monday with elected officials and the economic and social partners," said the head of government.
"We intend to make this meeting and we will have a lot of proposals to make" warned Christian Troadec elected DVG and spokesman of the group "Living, decide to work in Britain," protest organizer of Quimper. "It is urgent and requires immediate and concrete steps. There is fire, we do not put as many people in the street by chance, "he has said.
At this meeting, the group is seeking the permanent removal of the environmental tax, opening the negotiations with France's European partners to "end social dumping" that undermines Britain and "the prohibition for a company that makes profits allow its employees on the floor, "says Christian Troadec.
Visit of the Minister of Agriculture Friday
The Minister of Agriculture, Stéphane Le Foll6 invited this Sunday the "Grand Rendez-Vous Europe 1 – The World-i-Télé" for his part reiterated its opposition to the complete elimination of this tax "was suspended this eco-tax and take the time necessary to the discussion under what conditions we could get it going again, "said he said, recalling that" the environmental tax is the ability we have to do finance infrastructure by all users of the road infrastructure. " He also recalled that Britain "has no special status" 7.
The Minister announced that he will travel on Friday in the region to work on the plan for the future of the region. "I will go to Britain as part of a conference organized by the Public Investment on issues of the food bank," said he said. "I think this day should also allow us to work on the plan for the future of Britain, that is to say both solve problems defensively, particularly what is known now Doux8, Tilly-Sabco9 (…) and also prepare an offensive rebound in the UK, "said he added.
"The recent statements Marylise Lebranchu are concerned that we have not been well understood"
Christian Troadec elected DVG and spokesman of the group "Living, decide to work in Britain"
The group is already worried about saying propos10 held Saturday evening Marylise Lebranchu11, Minister of State Reform. The former MP and mayor of Morlaix Finistere assured that "it is out of the crisis of the environmental tax, now he must negotiate. It was a month and a half with Brittany to write this pact future, "she said. "With the clear commitment of the Prime Minister, accompanied by financial allocations, we can get out. This is not because the situation is dramatic for some that we do not have any advantage, "said she argued.
For Christian Troadec, the statements "fear that we have not been well understood. Dialogue is the only way out, but there is a huge demand for people to get together again in the streets, "he warned.