News · Meeting of AEDPAC in Congress with those affected by the Animal Protection Law

30/12/2021

The Congress of Deputies hosted the first conferences on animal welfare and biodiversity policy promoted by the MPP deputy Carmen Navarro Lacoba and organized by the Popular Parliamentary Group in the Congress of Deputies, where the commitment to the rural world has been reaffirmed, the companion animal sector and the agri-food sector.

In the various interventions by the entities and associations present at the event, the importance of "the sectors affected by the clearly injurious and damaging policies of the Coalition Government for economic development and for everything that has to do with economic development has been pointed out. protection of nature, biodiversity or the demographic challenge "and it has been agreed that" the alarm raised by the draft law on Protection and Rights of Animals, promoted by the Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, is justified" . On behalf of AEDPAC, its President Adolfo Jr. Santa Olalla and the President of the Live Animals Commission CAAVV Mr. Adolfo Santa Olalla participated, offering an applauded speech during their intervention at the event.

All the participants and to a greater or lesser extent, agreed that "There is a will for a radical environmentalist ideology that has nothing to do with the protection of animals or the environment."

In these days, they had the participation of farmers, ranchers, and representatives of circuses with animals, zoos and aquariums, former minister Juan Ignacio Zoido, now MEP and spokesman for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European People's Group have also participated; Javier Almunia, president of the Iberian Association of Zoos and Aquariums; Laura Martínez, from Ganaderas en Red; Manuel Gallardo, president of the Royal Spanish Hunting Federation; and Juan José Álvarez, technical director of Asaja.

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