The Spanish Parliament approved a new Animal Welfare Law on Thursday which will decriminalize sex with animals if the creature does not suffer “an injury that requires veterinary treatment.”
This same left-wing government also wants to ban meat consumption, another example of the “woke mind virus.”
According to Mundotoro, “Bestiality will no longer be considered a criminal offense if there are no injuries to the animal. This is established by the new Penal Code through the new Animal Welfare Law promoted by Minister Ione Belarra that was approved in Congress on February 9.”
Spain’s left-wing Minister of Social Rights and 2030 Agenda, Ione Belarra Urteaga, supported the law’s passing.
However, Poland’s justice minister slammed the move, citing evidence that “the virus of leftism” is threatening Poland and Europe.
“Leftism is the plague of the 21st century,” tweeted Zbigniew Ziobro. “The Spanish allowed children to change sex on demand. Now they are legalising bestiality.”
“Here [in Poland] the leftist virus is also spreading – the infected Rafał Trzaskowski [mayor of Warsaw and deputy leader of the main opposition party] already wants to ban meat,” added the justice minister.
Bestiality has been illegal in Spain until the new law passed. The article 337.1 of the Penal Code states:
“He will be punished with three months and one day to one year in prison and special disqualification from one year and one day to three years for the exercise of a profession, trade or trade that is related to animals and for the possession of animals, the one who by any means or procedure mistreats unjustifiably, causing injuries that seriously impair their health or subjecting them to sexual exploitation, a domestic or tamed animal, an animal that is usually domesticated , an animal that temporarily or permanently lives under human control, or any animal that does not live in the wild.”
However, the new law reforms the Penal Code and deletes article 337, removing the “sexual exploitation” of animals language from the code.
The new reform, or title XVI, states:
“It will be punished with a prison sentence of three to eighteen months or a fine of six to twelve months and with the penalty of special disqualification from one to five years for the exercise of a profession, trade or trade that is related to animals and for the Animal possession is the one that, outside of legally regulated activities and by any means or procedure, including acts of a sexual nature, causes an animal that is domesticated, tamed, domesticated or that lives temporarily or permanently under human control an injury that requires veterinary treatment to the restoration of his health.”
The qualifying change is if the animal needs treatment at the vet following sexual intercourse.
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