On December 21, 2021, the Italian Senatevoted to approve a budget law that prohibits the breeding, capturing, andkilling of fur-bearing animal-persons including mink-, fox-, raccoon dog- andchinchilla- people. The budget amendment also requires all active fur production sites in the country to be closed by June 30, 2022. The vote followed Italian Member ofParliament, the Honorable Michela Vittoria Brambilla’s endorsement of the furoperation conversion proposal presented by Humane Society International/Europe.It is a strategic solution to close and convert the facilities into humane andsustainable businesses, thus addressing animal-people cruelty and the risks ofzoonotic diseases arising from the abysmal industry. Human SocietyInternational is a Shining World Compassion Award recipient and a Shining WorldProtection Award laureate. Italy is a Shining World Leadership Award for PublicHealth Protection recipient. Bravo, Italian Senate, the HonorableMichela Vittoria Brambilla, and Human Society International/Europe. May allcountries implement laws to safeguard every cherished individual from theanimal kingdom, in Celestial benevolence.
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