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GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST BULLFIGHTS IN PORTUGAL
19 Cities, 13 Countries, 3 Continents - a Worldwide Anti-Bullfighting Protest

For Immediate Release, August 27th, 2002
Contact: ANIMAL's Campaign Coordinator
Miguel Moutinho (+351 962 358 183).

After the Portuguese animal rights organisation ANIMAL, along with the Portuguese Anti-Bullfighting Movement of Portugal, having called for the Global Action Against Bullfights in Portugal, a growing group of several other organisations from different countries has been joining this international movement opposing every sort of bullfights in this country, where death bullfights were recently legalised, when a 1928 law that forbade bullfights was revoked.

Presently, 19 cities all over the world, in three different continents, have already joined the protest, that will happen on the 29th August, which will be the first day since 1928 when bulls will be lawfully tortured and killed in a bullfight in Portugal.

On the 29th August, in front of Portuguese Embassies and Consulates, mostly between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (GMT - Greenwich Mean Time), demonstrations will be held in Lisbon (Portugal), Madrid (Spain), Rome and Milan (Italy), London (England), Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium), The Hague (Holland), Vienna (Austria), Berlin, Düsseldorf and Munich (Germany), Athens (Greece), Washington, D.C., and New York City (USA), Tel Aviv (Israel), and in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Fortaleza (Brazil).

In front of Portuguese diplomatic representations, activists from all countries will display posters and banners reading, "The World says NO to the barbaric killing of bulls in Portugal! ", and "A President that Promotes Death? NO, thanks!", referring to the Portuguese President, Mr. Jorge Sampaio, who was the main responsible for the legalisation of death bullfights in Portugal, as if it was not already bad enough to have Portuguese bullfights still legal in this country.

"Since ANIMAL started denouncing the legalisation of bullfights in Portugal, asking organisations and people all over the world to protest against this and to demand the total ban of bullfights in this country, an international movement emerged and the Portuguese President's e-mail and postal mail are collapsing with so many protest letters and messages", says ANIMAL´s Campaign Co-ordinator Miguel Moutinho, who is organising this global action. "On 29th August, the day when, after 74 years and due to the intervention of Mr. Jorge Sampaio, Portugal goes back to the middle ages in which concerns the respect for animals, the world will denounce this and force the Portuguese politicians to end bullfights in Portugal immediately".

For more information, please contact
Miguel Moutinho (+351 962 358 183), ANIMAL
Associação ANIMAL | Tv. Figueiroa, nº 24 -S1 4050-257 Porto PORTUGAL.
Fax: + 351 22 203 86 39

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GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST BULLFIGHTS IN PORTUGAL

For Immediate Release, August 21st, 2002
Contact: "ANIMAL's" Campaign Coordinator
Miguel Moutinho (+351 962 358 183).

After the legalisation of death bullfights in Portugal (which were forbidden since 1928), the Portuguese animal rights organisation ANIMAL called for an international action of protest, not only against death bullfights in Portugal, but also to demand the end of all sorts of bullfighting in this country.

On the 29th August, when the first bulls will be legally tortured and killed in a bullfight in Portugal, since 1928, demonstrations will be held in front of Portuguese Embassies and Consulates all over the world. In co-operation with several animal rights and animal protection organisations and groups from several countries, "ANIMAL" has already assured simultaneous demonstrations to be held on that day (besides, of course, in Lisbon), in: Madrid (Spain), Vienna (Austria), Berlin and Düsseldorf (Germany), The Hague (Netherlands), Rome and Milan (Italy), Athens (Greece), New York City and Washington, D.C. (USA), and Tel Aviv (Israel).

All these demonstrations will occur almost simultaneously (some will totally coincide and some will only partially coincide) throughout the world, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (GMT - Greenwich Meaning Time), on 29th August.

In front of Portuguese diplomatic representations, activists from all countries will display posters and banners reading, "The World says NO to the barbaric killing of bulls in Portugal! ", among others. This slogan will of course be extensive to all the countries in the world where bullfights still happen.

According to a recent survey carried out by the most reliable and the most renowned Portuguese survey company together with one of the main Portuguese daily newspapers, 83.1% of the Portuguese people are against death-bullfights and 74.5% don't like any type of bullfights (DN/Marktest survey, 25/7/2002).

"If the President of Portugal, the Portuguese Government and the Portuguese Members of Parliament choose to ignore the opinion of the great majority of the Portuguese people and choose to ignore the animal rights organisations, both firmly opposed to all sorts of bullfights, it is time for the world to know that Portugal is a living hell, not only for the bulls but for all animals in general", says Miguel Moutinho, from "ANIMAL", who is coordinating this international action. "After five actions won in court, having resulted in five court decisions that strengthened the law that forbade death bullfights, not only did the former Government dismissed itself from enforcing the law, but also the new elected Government has gone through an even more scandalous way, revoking it, allowing for death bullfights to happen lawfully in Portugal. It was a setback of almost eighty years, considering that these cruel spectacles were first forbidden in 1928", says "ANIMAL´s" Campaign Coordinator.

For more information, please contact
Miguel Moutinho (+351 962 358 183), ANIMAL
Associação ANIMAL | Tv. Figueiroa, nº 24 -S1 4050-257 Porto PORTUGAL.
Fax: + 351 22 203 86 39

 

 

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Am 29. August 2002 gibt es weltweit Proteste gegen den Stierkampf in Portugal. Auf www.antistierkampf.de können Sie sich informieren, wie grausam diese "Unterhaltung" ist. Welche Konsequenzen ergeben sich für Sie?

Länder, in denen Stierkampf erlaubt ist, meide ich als Tourist
Länder, in denen Stierkämpfe erlaubt sind, sollten aus der EU ausgeschlossen werden
Menschen, die Stierkämpfe besuchen, sind Tierquäler und Sadisten
Ich werde mit allen Mitteln versuchen, diese Tierquälerei zu verhindern
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