Saturday, 14 September 2013

Bardot and Anderson. Letter to the President of the EU

Mister President,

With our 2 voices,representing millions of others,we speak in behalf of the international public opinion shocked by the unprecedented animal genocide announced in Romania,member of the EU. We ask you to intervene with President Traian Basescu so that he accepts,finally,the sterilisation plan of stray dogs that already worked in many other countries and renounces the killing of thousands of innocent dogs.

 On 13 October 2011,the European Parliament adopted a written declaration asking the member states to set up: "global strategies of dog population management including measures such as laws on dog population control and against animal cruelty,promotion of veterinary care,especially rage vaccination and STERILIZATION AS A NECESSARY WAY TO CONTROL THE NUMBER OF UNWANTED DOGS". 

Mister Basescu doesn't want to listen,he lets dogs breed and then makes his death militias intervene,it's a shame that Europe can't accept If to be silent is to be an accomplice,then we count on your intervention with President Traian Basescu ,because if Romania rejects the ethical bases of a modern EU,this country isn't fit to be a part of it. Mister President,there are many of us waiting for your answer and especially your urgent intervention so that the law accepted the 10 of September by the Romanian parliament is not promulgated. Don't disappoint us,it is a matter of EU credibility... Promulgation is the act of formally proclaiming or declaring a new statutory or administrative law after its enactment. In some jurisdictions, this additional step is necessary before the law can take effect. After a new law is approved, it is announced to the public through the publication of the text of the law in a government periodical and/or on official websites. National laws of extraordinary importance to the public may be announced by the head of state on a national broadcast. Local laws are usually announced in the local newspapers and published in bulletins or compendia of municipal regulations

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