A bill under analysis in the Chamber of Deputies proposes the creation of police stations specialized in animal protection to assist animals that have been victims of violence, mistreatment, illegal sale or other criminal practices. The author of the text is deputy Zé Haroldo Cathedral (PSD-RR).
In addition to specialized police assistance in animal protection, the police stations would also establish partnerships with public or private veterinary clinics to provide assistance to animal victims of abuse.
According to the text, both domesticated and wild species could be served. And the service would occur uninterruptedly, including on holidays and weekends.
The proposal foresees that funds from the National Fund for Public Security (FNSP) destined to the states be used for the creation of police stations.
Bill 211/23 will still be dispatched for analysis by the House committees.
*Published by Fernanda Pinotti, from CNN, with information from Agência Câmra de Notícias
Source: CNN Brasil
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