Further comments from Paul on the enforced provision of animal products in public institutions in France

Further comments from Paul on the enforced provision of animal products in public institutions in France

"The French Government’s recent decree effectively enforcing
the consumption of animal products in public institutions is a
backward step for France. It goes against the Charter of Fundamental
Rights of the European Union by prohibiting individuals’ right to
express their beliefs.
 
No one needs to eat animals –
and we can combat climate change, lessen the risk of suffering from
heart disease and other ailments and prevent animal suffering by
reducing the amount of meat we eat.  To force people to eat animal
protein therefore doesn’t make sense.  I believe people should have
the right to eat what they want and not be forced by the government to
do otherwise."

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