September 26, 2018

Traian Basescu promulgates law on stray dogs

On Wednesday, Romanian President Traian Basescu signed the decree promulgating a law amending and supplementing Government Emergency Ordinance 155/2001 approving a programme for the management of owner-less dogs, writes AGERPRES. Basescu has recently said that he would promulgate the law as it cleared Parliament “without any hesitation”. The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) on Wednesday ruled that the law in question is constitutional. The draft law regarding stray and owner-less dogs cleared the Chamber of Deputies on September 10. The new piece of legislation provides for an extension from seven to 14 business days in the deadline for keeping stray and owner-less dogs in kennels to be reclaimed or adopted for free. After 14 days, the local administrations may decide to euthanize the dogs left over or extend their stay, provided there are financial resources to operate the kennels.

Source: Agerpres (read more)

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