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The Ban Irish Fur Farms Campaign reaches 10,000 letters!

Posted in Fur News by Cif on the March 31st, 2010


1200 letters were signed last month at the ALiberation information stall (every saturday, from 2pm to 5pm).

600 of them (for John Gormley, Minister for Environment), were given to Senator Dan Boyle, at the Green party Annual Convention, Waterford on Saturday 27th March 2010.

Senator Dan Boyle was the man who proposed the Fur Farming (Prohibition) Bill 2004 which was sadly defeated by the government at the time despite the vast majority of people supporting a ban. All opposition parties also supported this bill.

The letters urge that legislation be passed to ban fur factory farms in Ireland as soon as possible as promised in the Programme for Government agreed by the present government of the Green Party and Fianna Fail and some independents.

It brings the amount of letters recorded to a total of 10,050 letters since June 08. Many more were sent in without being counted.

Thank you for taking the time to sign the letters on saturday!






Many thanks for your support!

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