Exclude all Romanian FVE-representatives
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This petition, started on 10th of November, 2015, is a joint action by 'Starromania - Schweizer Tieraerzte für Rumänien', 'Occupy for Animals' & 'Alliance against Abuses', and calls on all international members of FVE to pressurize their headquarters in Brussels to have the Romanian FVE-representation excluded from the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe, because of the behavior of their National Sanitary-Veterinary Authority (A.N.S.V.S.A.) and their representatives - most of all Liviu Harbuz - the "father" of the current murderous and corrupt law - and this until an end is being put to the unspeakable cruelty and horrors that the Romanian dogs are subjected to.
A copy of our petition letter will go to:
the Office of Mr Klaus Iohannis, President of Romania
and to Ms. Nathalie Welschbillig, FVE-guest speaker from the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union
For further information on this petition, please visit: http://hopeforromaniandogs.weebly.com/the-petition-to-the-federation-of-veterinarians-of-europe-and-the-president-of-romania-to-have-all-romanian-fve-representatives-excluded-from-fve-until-the-cruelties-inflicted-on-romanian-dogs-have-come-to-an-end.html
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In Romania, brave women, acting all alone, put themselves in harm’s way, trying to fend off entire groups of brutal ASPA dog catchers (ironically, ASPA is the Authority for the Supervision and Protection of Animals) whilst dozens of members of the FVE European Commission who are – thanks to the Internet - perfectly aware of what is really going on in Romania, listen to the lies of the Romanian FVE-representatives.
Corruption and nepotism kills. And not only dogs. The irresponsible, criminal and unscrupulous actions of Romanian authorities have recently claimed more than forty victims and severely injured over 150 others when a fire broke out at Colectiv Club in Bucharest - a nightclub that was "allowed" to function for years despite the fact that it did not have ONE SINGLE fire exit. The Romanians have had enough! They are taking to the streets to protest against a profoundly corrupt political system and we are currently witnessing the outbreak of a true revolution.
The Romanian animal extermination law is a significant part of the corrupt Romanian political system, and we wonder:
How long still before the European representatives of FVE finally stand up against the ongoing cruelties directed against Romania's dogs, and - at last - live by their high expectations asserted on their website?
How much more unimaginable, and senseless pain, must the Romanian dogs endure before the European veterinarians show their Romanian colleagues the "red card"?
How long still until they finally act as one against all the unbearable wrongdoings we are all aware of?
How much longer will they watch passively how irreparable damage is caused to Romanian children and adults alike as they witness the cruel and criminal treatment of dogs on their streets?
How long still until those veterinarians in Brussels, who represent also OUR culture, OUR conscience and OUR morals, will finally stand up and say: "ENOUGH!"?
Surely, you recall our collective, unforgettable success and the concomitant disgrace of the corrupt Romanian Veterinary Authority (A.N.S.V.S.A.), when back in June, 2015, Claudiu Dumitriu was nevertheless eventually invited to participate at the General Assembly of FVE - the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe - in Iasi, and had his say?
Our collective action was a success. But the next - and even more important step - is yet to come.
A new meeting of FVE will now take place from 12th to 14th of November, 2015, in Brussels, and with this petition, we are calling on all international members of FVE to pressurize their headquarters in Brussels to have the Romanian FVE-representation excluded from the Federation of Veterinarians for Europe, because of the behavior of their National Sanitary-Veterinary Authority (A.N.S.V.S.A.) and their representatives - most of all Liviu Harbuz - the "father" of the current murderous and corrupt law - and this until an end is being put to the unspeakable cruelty and horrors that the Romanian dogs are subjected to.
Dr Liviu Harbuz, who paradoxically:
- is a top politician in a country that profoundly hates its politicians;
- is the friend of ex-ex-prime-minister Adrian Năstase, locked away for corruption, in a country devastated by corruption;
- is a most prosperous and successful business man (as revealed by his wealth statement available on the website of the Romanian Parliament) in a country where thousands of honest businessmen go bankrupt;
- is the „father” of the National Sanitary-Veterinary Authority (A.N.S.V.S.A.) and of the concept of „animal welfare” in a country where it is the same A.N.S.V.S.A. that mocks „animal welfare” given that tolerating and covering up the horrors stray animals are subjected to is part of their so-called „management”
- it is him who comes before you and boasts about a formidable law, namely the law for the mass-killing of stray dogs passed by Government Emergency Ordinance OUG 155/2001 amended by Law 258/2013 that has not caused - but revolt - repulsion, psychic trauma and countless street protests in Romania and Europe;
- next to the tens of thousands of animals tortured, killed or let to die of starvation;
- in addition to the undermining of public health by blocking the rabies vaccination of the dogs;
- in addition to stimulating abandonment;
- and creating an abusive monopoly of dog identification and registration in favor of the Board of Veterinarians of Romania (CNMVRo)
Please see our website for TV reports on Dr Liviu Harbuz' corrupt doings:
Given that Ms Nathalie Welschbillig, from the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union, will be present at this meeting, and as their guest speaker, will give a presentation on the role of the Presidency in the Council of the European Union, and also held two workshops later on, namely (and ironically) on reputation of the profession and public trust and on the ethics in veterinary medicine and the position of the profession in the society, we found it appropriate to also send a copy of our letter to Ms Welschbillig.
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