India, importante vittoria dei contadini

Storica vittoria delle organizazioni contatine indiane contro gli interessi delle grandi società multinazionali

Protesting farmers burn an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Delhi- Haryana border, outskirts of New Delhi, India, Wednesday, May 26, 2021. Farmers are marking six months of their agitation against the new agricultural laws they say will leave them poorer and at the mercy of big corporations. The government has billed the laws as necessary to modernize agriculture. Multiple rounds of talks between the government and farmers have failed to end the stalemate. (AP Photo/Ishant Chauhan)
Protesting farmers gather at Tikri Border, outskirts of New Delhi, India, Wednesday, May 26, 2021. Indian farmers demanding the government repeal new agriculture laws they say will devastate their livelihoods marked their protest movement's sixth month Wednesday by flying black banners on the cars and tractors and burning effigies of the prime minister. (AP Photo/Dinesh Joshi)
FILE - In this Feb.15 2021, file photo, a man holds a placard demanding the release of 22-year-old Indian climate activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested for circulating a document on social media that allegedly incited protesting farmers to turn violent, in Bengaluru, India. India’s government on Saturday, June 5, warned Twitter to immediately comply with the country’s new social media regulations, which critics say give the government more power to police online content. Twitter is involved in a tense battle with the Indian government, which has often asked it to restrict content alleging Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is trying to silence criticism, including of its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi, File)
Indian farmers listen to a speaker during a protest against fuel and cooking gas price hike at Ghazipur, Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border, near New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, file photo, a protesting farmer rests on his tractor trailer blocking a highway with other farmers at the Delhi- Haryana border, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. Relations between Twitter and Modi's government have gone downhill ever since a tweet by pop star Rihanna in February sparked widespread condemnation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s handling of massive farmer protests near the capital. At the heart of the standoff is a sweeping internet law that puts digital platforms like Twitter and Facebook under direct government oversight. Critics of the law worry it may lead to outright censorship in a country where digital freedoms have been shrinking since Modi took office in 2014. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup, File)
Indian farmers hold a mock parliament as a mark of protest, in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 22, 2021. More than 200 farmers on Thursday began a protest near India's Parliament to mark eight months of their agitation against new agricultural laws that they say will devastate their income. (AP Photo)
Indian farmers arrive at a protest site to hold mock farmer's parliament in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 22, 2021. More than 200 farmers on Thursday began a protest near India's Parliament to mark eight months of their agitation against new agricultural laws that they say will devastate their income. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Protesting farmers gather at Singhu, outskirts of New Delhi, India, Monday, Sept.27, 2021. Thousands of Indian farmers Monday blocked traffic on major roads and railway tracks outside of the nation's capital, calling on the government to rescind agricultural laws that they say will shatter their livelihoods. The farmers called for a nation-wide strike to mark one year since the legislation was passed, marking a return to protests that began over a year ago. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Protesting farmers gather at Singhu, outskirts of New Delhi, India, Monday, Sept.27, 2021. Thousands of Indian farmers Monday blocked traffic on major roads and railway tracks outside of the nation's capital, calling on the government to rescind agricultural laws that they say will shatter their livelihoods. The farmers called for a nation-wide strike to mark one year since the legislation was passed, marking a return to protests that began over a year ago. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Indian farmers protesting against Sunday’s killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior Home Minister Ajay Mishra burn an effigy of the federal government in Hyderabad, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities on Monday suspended Internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town to calm tensions after eight people were killed in a deadly escalation of a year-long demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)
Indian farmers protesting against Sunday’s killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior Home Minister Ajay Mishra burn an effigy of the federal government in Hyderabad, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities on Monday suspended Internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town to calm tensions after eight people were killed in a deadly escalation of a year-long demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)
Activists of Congress party's youth wing protesting against Sunday's killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister shout slogans in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities suspended internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town Monday to calm tensions after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of a yearlong demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Activists of Congress party's youth wing protesting against Sunday's killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister shout slogans in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities suspended internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town Monday to calm tensions after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of a yearlong demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Paramilitary force soldiers detain an activist of Congress party's youth wing protesting against Sunday's killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities suspended internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town Monday to calm tensions after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of a yearlong demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
A Communist party of India activist shouts slogans as he is taken away with others in a police vehicle during a protest against the Sunday's killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities suspended internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town Monday to calm tensions after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of a yearlong demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Paramilitary force soldiers detain an activist of Congress party's youth wing protesting against Sunday's killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh state after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian authorities suspended internet services and barred political leaders from entering a northern town Monday to calm tensions after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of a yearlong demonstration against contentious agriculture laws. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Relatives and neighbors of a farmer who was killed Sunday after being run over by a car owned by India's junior home minister mourn at Tikonia village in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh state, India, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Indian police on Saturday, Oct. 9, arrested the son of a junior minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government as a suspect days after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of yearlong demonstrations by tens of thousands of farmers against contentious agriculture laws in northern India, a police officer said. (AP Photo)
Indian farmers thresh paddy in a field on the outskirts of Jammu, India, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021. In a major reversal, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Friday that he would repeal the controversial agriculture laws that sparked yearlong protests from tens of thousands of farmers and posed a significant challenge to his administration. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
Opposition lawmakers hold a protest near a Gandhi statue demanding repeal of three controversial agriculture laws on the opening day of the winter session of Parliament in New Delhi, India, Monday, Nov.29, 2021. Indian lawmakers on Monday repealed agricultural legislation that provoked a year of nationwide protests from farmers, in a move that was seen as a major reversal and rare climbdown for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, which had ardently defended the controversial reforms. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

«Il tutto nel silenzio del resto del mondo che in altre faccende è affaccendato». Come fa sapere Marinella Correggia, giornalista di inchiesta attenta a questioni molte volte glissate dalla stampa mainstream,  «Il Samyukt Kisan Morcha (Skm, Fronte unitario contadino), coordinamento di quaranta organizzazioni contadine, ha potuto annunciare che il 19 novembre 2021, «nel 358esimo giorno di una lotta che ha visto gli agricoltori uniti, perseveranti e pacifici per il ripristino della democrazia nel paese», si è verificata una «storica prima vittoria» per l’abrogazione di tre leggi – approvate in fretta nel 2020 –, che liberalizzavano il mercato agricolo a favore delle grandi imprese e a tutto scapito del mondo rurale. Infatti, a sorpresa, il primo ministro ha annunciato che le leggi in questione saranno cancellate».

In questo anno 2020-2021 sarebbero da «670-720 i morti negli accampamenti durante la mobilitazione (per freddo, CoVid-19 e altre malattie)», come riporta Alessandro Scassellati su Transform Italia.

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