Politicians call for tougher measures against ALF

15th March 2009, Comments 0 comments

In response to an interview with a British undercover agent who infiltrated the UK Animal Liberation front, the Christian Democrats and Labour Party want the Dutch public prosecutors to put more resources into tackling radical animal rights activists.

THE NETHERLANDS - In the interview, the agent says the Netherlands has become an international centre for animal rights activists.

Tough measures against radical animal rights activists in the UK has meant the movement has relocated to the Netherlands.

The Labour Party thinks there should be more public prosecutors investigating possible attacks by animal rights activists.

The Christian Democrats proposes a European approach to the problem to prevent the radical movement from going from one country to the next.

Radio Netherlands / Expatica

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