[News] Dog farmers demand that their industry be legalized | New Calls for Action.
Oct 9, 2017 — South Korean English news “Hankyoreh” reported on October 8 that “About 250 members of the Korean Dog Farmers Association staged a large demonstration on Sept. 22 demanding that their industry be legally recognized and regulated like other livestock sectors. The association members are also protesting a bill offered in the National Assembly by Minjoo Party lawmaker Pyo Chang-won that would ban the consumption of dog meat. The farmers gathered in Jong-no with nine caged dogs and then marched toward the Blue House.” Click here to read the full report: http://english.hani.co.kr/arti/english_edition/e_national/813583.html
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