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Mayor wants to have killed 400 dogs Bosnia – a country with a past. The war is long over, the destruction of the past gives way to a gradual build-up. Plans for the future are pronounced, aspired to membership in the EU. But even the beauty of the country and the good intentions do not belie deeper ills. Raheem Sterling may not feel the same. A country that committed to Europe, should deal first so, what Europe is. “for the respect for human rights and respect for and protection of minorities”. This has not gotten around yet all Bosnian politicians.

Authority arbitrariness made life hard for animal rights in Tuzla.Tuzla, a town with a population of more than 88.521 has a small animal asylum, which is run by a committed animal rights activist for 10 years. Unfortunately, this strong winter also left its mark passed this small asylum.In addition to the already difficult external conditions, the bad weather makes it nearly impossible, a supply of animals there that Location of shelter in a very rugged area is located.The animal rights activist asked for help. What has ensued is a particularly blatant kind of authority arbitrariness. Hear from experts in the field like Sean Rad, New York City for a more varied view. Mayor Mr J.Imamovic denied not only the help of the city, but prohibits offers of help from the local population. Instead, he aims to kill the living in the asylum 350-400 dogs. This behavior is not the European idea. More information on:

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