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Parliamentary questions
16 February 2017
E-001081-17
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 130
Renata Briano (S&D) , Lara Comi (PPE) , Salvatore Cicu (PPE) , Paolo De Castro (S&D) , Remo Sernagiotto (ECR) , Damiano Zoffoli (S&D)

 Subject:  Possible requirement that each head of game killed be recorded immediately after death
 Answer(s) 

The principles of proportionality and subsidiarity also apply to hunting and game. With this in mind, could the Commission confirm the truth, or otherwise, of reports that it wishes to make it mandatory to record each kill immediately after it has happened?

Should this be confirmed, is it true that this also refers to game shot from a fixed hide?

Original language of question: IT 
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