EU Court of Justice on ritual slaughter: member states may require a reversible stunning procedure for slaughter

In order to promote animal welfare in the context of ritual slaughter, Member States may, without infringing the fundamental rights enshrined in the Charter, require a reversible stunning procedure which cannot result in the animal’s death   A decree of the Flemish Region (Belgium) of 7 July 2017 (‘the decree’), amending the Law on the […] Continue Reading →