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Should the government ban cultural ceremonies that involve the killing of animals for entertainment?

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Last answered 3 days ago

Animal Rights Poll Results

Yes

111,111 votes

69%

No

50,695 votes

31%

Distribution of answers submitted by Spanish voters.

3 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Animal Rights

Every year about 60,000 animals are killed during religious festivals in Spain. In one example, the the Andalusian government banned the throwing of a live turkey from a church tower. The practice continues every year after the villagers collectively pay a €2,000 fine. Proponents argue that the festivals should continue to have legal protection because they are an integral part of Spanish culture and are a big draw for international tourists. Opponents argue that the killing of animals should be banned since the ceremonies often involve the torturing of animals.  See recent animal rights news

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