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Success of the tractorade in Baza against high fuel prices

Despite the fact that the rally was called by "independent farmers" and not agricultural organizations, it was a huge success.

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Success of the tractorade in Baza against high fuel prices

Despite the fact that the rally was called by "independent farmers" and not agricultural organizations, it was a huge success.

The delay in starting the protest was probably due to two hours of uncertainty over the call and coordination of all participants. There wasn't authorization for a demonstration or concentration of people because the calling organizations withdrew their call that was presented on time by the sub-delegation. The protest was limited to a slow march by tractors towards Baza, and a tour through some or all of the avenues such as Jose Salinas and Avenida de Murcia and Corredera. Continue on the A-334 road towards the Baza bypass, and then return to Dama de Baza.

According to security data, there were 160 tractors and 53 vehicles. However, the participants themselves claim that 300 tractors or more have gathered. This has caused problems in circulation at different locations of Baza.

Despite the participation dance, there is no doubt that the call was a success. Parents and drivers were both surprised by the tractor driver's marches. They arrived on time to collect their children from school, particularly in Ciudad de Baza.

It is clear that the reasons behind the protest are not in dispute. They include the outrageous rise in diesel B to 1.55 euros per litre on average, with peak prices at some pumps of 1.7 euros per litre. Also, the increased cost of electricity, which is 100% more expensive during this campaign. Farmers and ranchers are already putting too much energy into their farms in order to produce more. The prices they get do not compensate for this and they cannot pass on rising food costs. They also indicate their agrarian associations as well as the farmers.

Aside from politicians and people with different interests, farmers and ranchers all agree that they can't take it anymore. Anita la Cortijera, who took advantage of social media to encourage people to participate in the protest and also drove a tractor located in the middle of the caravan's rear. Mariano Garcia de Puebla de Don Fadrique and Ramon Martinez, Huescar mayors, arrived early in the morning to start the tractor drivers.

Everything ran smoothly because of the effective collaboration between the Civil Guard Force, National Police and Local Police.

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