Everywhere here there are buildings, houses and farms where people don’t feel safe anymore.”
fences since the last earthquake, is threatened with demolition.
“Everywhere here there are buildings, houses and farms where people don’t feel safe anymore,” Huizing said.
Meanwhile, dealing with compensation claims is a headache that is “beyond everyone”, even parliament, he added.
Together with dozens of his colleagues, he drove tractors into The Hague, the seat of the Dutch government, to plead the cause of animal breeders “facing leaks from their manure cellars”.
“Everything is being destroyed — our cultural heritage, our farms, our churches, and even people,” said Annemarie Heite, a 47-year-old farmer.
The Dutch government set up an independent commission in March to handle some 14,000 compensation demands.