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The campaign „Wir haben es satt“ organises a big rally and protest in front the German chancellery!

After the huge demonstration for a new agricultural policy on January 22nd, 2011 in Berlin, farmers from all over Germany will now be going by tractor to Berlin where they will be protesting for a small-scale, fair, animal-friendly and ecological agriculture in front of the German chancellery on June 9th, 2011. This rally is part of the campaign „Meine Landwirtschaft – unsere Wahl“ (My agriculture – our choice):


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The closing event „Angela, we need to talk“ including a farmers‘ banquet will be taking place on June 9th from 10am to 12am in front of the German chancellery.

Take a look at the video appeal:

Come to Berlin! The campaign needs your support for a better agricultural policy.

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