The motion aimed at curbing new practices of mistreatment of wild and domesticated animals was finally approved in plenary session on Monday (16), in the Legislative Assembly of Paraná. Bill 165/2021, signed by Representatives Alexander Amaro (R) and Gallo (PP), bans tattoos and piercings of wild, domestic, domestic, or exotic animals for aesthetic purposes throughout the state.
According to the bill, anyone who does not abide by the law may lose animal guardianship and will be banned from being a guardian of other animals for five years. Professionals who tattoo and apply piercings to animals will be rescinded from the ICMS taxpayer registry for five years. In the event of recurrence, the penalties shall be doubled.
In justifying the proposal, the authors explain that the offense of animal abuse is enshrined in several points of the Federal Constitution and assert that carrying out actions of this kind on a pet only satisfies the owners’ aesthetic preferences, causing useless pain. the animals.
“It is an experience. Sometimes people have tattoos and think their pets should have them too. We have already seen cases of animals dying because of this practice. It is out of context for a person to shave and tattoo a cat or dog. It is painful for animals and mistreatment. MP Amaru says: “ An animal is not something you do with it what you want.”
The animal suffers a lot when the needles leak in its body. A tattoo on the head of an animal, for example, can give an animal a stroke. So, this is a very serious issue,” Gallo concludes.
It now goes to punish or overrule the executive.
In the third round, the deputies agreed to vote on the bill 93/2021 establishing the “State Seal Company for Women”. The text aims to encourage good business practices to reduce domestic and family violence against women, as well as to strengthen high-level institutional leadership to achieve gender equality.
According to the text, companies that implement shelter and protection programs for women in cases of domestic and family violence have the right to seal; Inclusion of female employees in cases of domestic and family violence; Strengthen educational prevention measures targeting its employees and society in general; encourage and practice the employment of women in managerial and leadership positions, especially black women, without discrimination in pay; Among other questions.
According to the Article, the seal will be applied to private companies with a total annual turnover of more than R$ 360 thousand, taking into account the headquarters and branches, if any, whose headquarters, branch or representation are located in the territory of the state. Also according to the proposal, the data on personnel, except for the provision of mandatory information to the public authority, will be confidential.
The motion was signed by Representatives Cantora Mara Lima (Republics), Cristina Silvestri (PSDB), Luciana Ravgnine (PT), Mabel Canto (PSDB) and Maria Victoria (PP), and Deputy Professor Lemos (PT).
Three proposals signed by the state government were presented to the legislature at Monday’s session. Supplementary Law No. 14/2021, amending Supplementary Law No. 26, of December 30, 1985, and Supplementary Law No. 161, of October 3, 2013, has been passed in final form, and will be approved or rejected by the executive. itself. The text adjusts the prosecutors’ job responsibility system with current federal legislation, removes expectations regarding job extinctions, and introduces a new schedule for positions in commission and public administration jobs.
Project 90/2022, amending Law No. 15229, of July 26, 2006, with a view to extending the deadline for municipalities to adapt or revise their master plans for municipalities, as well as to promote corrections in drafting, has passed the third discussion.
Finally, Bill 75/2022, aimed at amending the powers of state secretariats for project planning and structuring – SEPL, administration and pensions – SEAR, was submitted in the second round.
Bill 1/2022, by Representative Soldado Frut (PROS), was passed in final form, awarding the title of Honorary Citizen of the State of Paraná to businesswoman Filomena Maria Murillo Ravagnin. The matter is now up for punishment or veto by the executive branch.
Bill No. 3/2022, signed by Representative Luis Claudio Romanelli (PSD), which considers the Association for the Protection of Faithful Friends of Animals, of Empitova, to be of public interest, was presented for a second discussion. With the exemption from voting on the final wording approved in plenary, the matter goes to the executive branch for punishment or veto.
Already Bills 115/2021, by Deputy Gora (PDT) and former Deputy Delegate Recalcate, which confers the title of public benefit to veteran warrior Jatoba Fotibol, of Araucaria; 627/2021, by the Deputy Cobra Reporter (PSD), giving the same address to the Remendo Vedas Humanitarian Institute, in Bandeirantes; The 609/2021, by Representative Tersilio Torino (PSD), which gives the title “Paraiso das Serra do Parana” to the municipality of Candido de Abreu, was approved in the first round.
Finally, Bill 194/2020, introduced by Deputy Colonel Lee (DC), on the Day of Respect and Protection of Property Against Land Invasion, to be celebrated annually on March 3, was approved in final draft with an opposition vote by the opposition body. . Now, the motion goes for punishment, or veto, by the executive branch.