Eurogroup for Animals

PUTTING ANIMAL WELFARE AT THE HEART OF THE EUROPEAN ELECTIONS 2014

#vote4animals #EP2014

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Petri Sarvamaa Jose Bove Martin Hausling

When elected I pledge to:

Work to ensure an animal welfare framework law is adopted that provides thehighest level of welfare possible

Endeavour to minimise live animal transport, review the existing legislation to maximise the protection of animals and ensure it is enforced across the EU

Promote a comprehensive EU strategy to decrease animal testing while driving the acceptance and uptake of alternative methods

Ensure animal welfare is clearly included in the EU-US Trade agreement

 

Introduce legislation that will ban the cloning of animals for food

Develop EU wide standards for breeding and trade of companion animals to protect animal welfare and ensure traceability

Work to reduce the number of species and animals being kept as exotic pets and to maximise their welfare

In addition I will strive to ensure that animals are recognised as sentient beings in all legislation that comes before the Parliament and strive to ensure all existing animal welfare related legislation is properly enforced.

AND YOU, WILL YOU VOTE FOR ANIMALS?
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About the campaign


Eurogroup for Animals is campaigning to put animal welfare at the heart of the European Elections and make animal welfare an issue that gets citizens to vote and make a difference. In the year of the citizens the distance between the EU institutions and European citizens seems larger than ever. We need to engage the members of the next European Parliament, as the only directly elected EU institution, to bridge the gap between a world of paper and the interests of real citizens and animals, of flesh and blood.

This website shows what needs to be done, who is committed to help and allows Europe's citizens to understand where they can make an impact on animal welfare at the next European Elections.