MADRID, 1 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Vox has charged against the draft law for the protection, rights and welfare of animals that the Council of Ministers approved this Monday, which, among other things, requires hunting dogs to be registered in the new Registry of Companion Animals, assuring that they will defend "in the institutions and in the streets" the demands of hunting, fishing and bullfighting.
Those of Santiago Abascal have expressed their outright rejection of this rule through a note on their official Twitter profile, collected by Europa Press, in which they echo a message from the Royal Spanish Hunting Federation censoring this draft that has approved this Monday by the Government.
The hunters denounce in their message that this bill "attempts head-on with hunting activity", demanding that the PSOE "fulfill its commitments": "If it does not do so, we will see each other in the streets and at the polls. We have already seen each other in the ballot boxes in Andalusia and Castilla y León".
In this context, Vox has collected this complaint from the hunters' federation to launch its message: "Thousands of Spaniards support the rural world thanks to hunting, fishing and bullfighting. Vox will defend its claims in the institutions and on the streets against to any attack by the government and animal fanatics against their way of life".
This law provides that hunting dogs must be registered as such in the new Register of Companion Animals and must be linked to the hunting license of their owner and provides for their sterilization if they are kept outside homes or may have uncontrolled contact with others, among other measures or if dogs of different sexes coexist in the same space.