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Planas calls the transporters "not very independent" after doubting whether there are reasons for their protests

MADRID, 12 Feb.

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Planas calls the transporters "not very independent" after doubting whether there are reasons for their protests

MADRID, 12 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, has stressed that the transporters' protests are in charge of the Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, Óscar Puente, who can explain better than him "what happens there, if it happens." something".

"The transport minister is in charge of the transporters, who can explain better than I what is happening there, if anything happens, and if not, they are a bit of the embers of that mobilization last year organized by the independent platforms , who have very little independent," Planas criticized in an interview on Onda Cero collected by Europa Press.

In this context, Planas has shown his respect for the Spanish countryside, considering that everyone can have their ideas, "whatever they may be, but another thing is to confuse them with interests."

Thus, Planas has made reference to this Saturday's assembly called by the Platform for the defense of the national and international road freight transport sector, where an indefinite national strike was called since last Saturday, February 10, thus joining the protests and strike of farmers and ranchers promoted by Platform 6-F.

"From this moment on, an indefinite national strike has been officially called," announced the leader of the Transport Platform, Manuel Hernández, after a show of hands in which dozens of people participated, including transporters, farmers and ranchers, who They gathered on the esplanade of the Metropolitan stadium in Madrid.

For this reason, Planas explained that "a different thing is to confuse ideas or mobilization, as we saw in the Metropolitan assembly, with obviously interests."