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Christiane Lambert, on behalf of agriculture


PORTRAIT – After six years at the head of the FNSEA, this pig farmer from Maine-et-Loire – who is due to participate this Wednesday in the demonstration of the agricultural union against the latest government measures – will leave her post in the spring.

The one who was the first woman in the history of agricultural unionism to take over the presidency of the FNSEA (National Federation of Farmers' Unions) in 2017 since its creation in 1946, will therefore hand over.

However, she was not unworthy, on the contrary.

Christiane Lambert knew how to defend the place of agriculture at its fair value in French society, being as comfortable in ministerial salons as in the field during peasant demonstrations.

She must participate, this Wednesday morning, in the parade in the streets of Paris of more than 500 tractors and 2000 peasants of the FNSEA angry at the latest government measures.

“She is an all-terrain fighter who does not hesitate to get on a trailer in front of hundreds of farmers to support their cause

, notes Timothée Dufour, lawyer at the Paris bar, specializing in rural issues within the firm. Cheysson Marchadier.

She is the ambassador of the peasants to the leaders…

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Source: lefigaro

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