CSU Party adds its support to a compulsory animal protection label in Germany
After the SPD, the CSU is now in favor. Federal Agriculture Minister Klöckner blocks himself. The CDU politician commemorates the toll debacle.
In the Bundestag, the chances for a nationwide animal welfare label are evidently increasing. After the SPD parliamentary group in the Bundestag, the CSU regional group is now also calling for such an attitude and origin label for meat. This should enable consumers to see where the animals come from and how they were kept, transported and slaughtered.
Marlene Mortler | Image source: dpagalerieThe policy must act consistently, demands CSU agricultural politician Mortler.
The agricultural policy spokeswoman for the CSU national group, Marlene Mortler, spoke out in favor of drafting a law during the summer break. Only a few voices in political Berlin would block the call for a mandatory label, she told the "Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung". Consumers would rightly expect that "we should finally act consistently".