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Last Friday the Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the international animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS, and suspended the execution methodology of the stray dogs killing law. According to the official communication of the Court of Appeal, the entire Governmental Decision is suspended.With immediate effect in Romania, the killing law has no applicable norms and there is no legal framework to capture stray dogs nor to issue a decision to kill them according to the suspended methodology.
“The Court’s decision to suspend the killing norms is a clear, independent signal that things do not work so far with the new killing law”, says Gabriel Paun, Director of Campaigns at FOUR PAWS. “It brings us confidence in our goal to bring about a change from an emotional to a rational way to manage the stray dogs humanely.”