By MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN DE GROOT, WILHELM HENRICHSMEYER and FRANCESCO LECHI (Eds.)
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1. 4 in 1984 ! 8 in 1984. The 1981-1982 respite had been shortlived. For the heads of state or government meeting in Stuttgart in June 1983, it had become painfully obvious that something significant had to be done. The sense of urgency was the greater because of the need to give a definite answer to the application for membership into the Community by Spain and Portugal, which had been pending for many years. And it was obvious that the entry of these two relatively poorer countries would aggravate the budget problem while complicating the CAP reform issue.
The existence of these leftist organizations has also complicated the relationship between the FNSEA and the socialist governments. When the socialists took power in 1981, they attempted to destroy the de facto monopoly exerted by the FNSEA as the farmers'representative; FNSEA was viewed as an ideologically monolithic organization, not reflecting the plurality of attitudes which exists among French farmers. The government, particularly the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs Cresson, and her advisers, attempted to promote the leftist farm groups which had supported 39 socialist ideas and the Socialist Party.
These efforts failed and, in a boomerang-like effect, eventually strenghened the FNSEA and its President, F. Guillaume. But the FNSEA had to argue its case to the farmers at large, asserting that, in order to be effective, farmers should remain united. Given this background one can undersfpmrl that the FNSEA was diffident towards of the Government. or if possible^the development of its power, particularly in relation to that of other farm organizations. Clearly the FNSEA wanted to protect the interests of its membership, particularly threatenedby the proposed dairy quotas.
Agricultural Policy Formation in the European Community: The Birth of Milk Quotas and Cap Reform by MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN DE GROOT, WILHELM HENRICHSMEYER and FRANCESCO LECHI (Eds.)