Common Agriculture Policy

It was also to ensure sufficient food supply and food distribution to the customers.The implementation of the policy has not been easy for the EU. The policy does not have a clear interpretation. There are important clauses omitted within the laws and have had major effects on members particularly farmers and product consumers. It is essential for the clauses to be included within the laws to allow for the application of the policy. The organization must also ensure consideration of public opinion. For example, for the problems faced by farmers in the region, their opinion is of high importance towards the policies.European Union has various policies to govern their tasks. One common policy is that which controls the agricultural sector- The Common Agriculture Policy. This policy was initiated in 1962 with the objective of ensuring just the criteria for agricultural production. It came into force to improve the production of stable quality and cheap food. Although the policy has helped members in bettering production, it also led to some negative effects- it needs some alterations to be fully effective.Through the implementation and operations of the policy, there have been better economic advancement of the members (Cini, 2007, 13). Some changes are still required, through implementation or providing of new clauses in the policy to make it fully active and beneficial. Therefore, this policy paper is directed to the Head of Member States to note the concern of these reforms to study them and enhance their implementation.After the Second World War, many countries had inadequate food production and supply, insecurity and poor relations with other nations. European Union member countries came to an agreement to enact certain laws that would solve some of these problems (Civitas, 2003, 1). This lead to the publication of the Common Agriculture Policy in the 1950s and 1960s. Its main aim was to solve the food shortage experienced.

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