logo dA mini  archive / contributions


The elimination of local public animal protection bodies: the case of the Special Secretary of Animal Rights (SEDA) of the Municipality of Porto Alegre, Brasil

2017.02.02

AUTHOR: Luciano Rocha Santana, PhD in Moral and Legal Philosophy, with mention Doctor Europeus, Department of History of Law and Philosophy of Law, Moral and Politics of the Faculty of Law of the University of Salamanca (Spain), holder of the Extraordinary Prize for a Doctoral Thesis of that university (2015-2016). Official member, as researcher of ICALP of the UAB (Spain) and NIPEDA, PPGD, UFBA (Brazil). First Environmental Attorney of the county of Salvador, Public Prosecutor Office of the State of Bahia (Brazil).

TITLE: The elimination of local public animal protection bodies: the case of the Special Secretary of Animal Rights (SEDA) of the Municipality of Porto Alegre, Brasil

PUBLICATION DATE: 2017
PUBLICATION PLACE: dA web Center, February 2017.
ISSN: 2462-7518

ABSTRACT:

This essay deals with the elimination of the Special Secretary for Animal Rights (SEDA) of Porto Alegre, which occurred in January 2017 through the Administrative Reform Law of this municipality. The Law in question merged the Municipal Secretary of Urbanism (SMUrb), the Municipal Secretary of Environment (SMAM) and the Special Secretary of Animal Rights (SEDA) in a single agency: Municipal Secretary of Environment and Sustainability (Smams).


-
Facebook! Twitter Del.icio.us! Google! Live! Yahoo!


« back