The Court has also set the council chamber on 12 September for the collegiate discussion
The Lazio TAR confirmed the prophylaxis measures against the spread of swine fever with which the Asl Rm 1 last August 8 had ordered the killing of pigs and wild boars kept in the Sfattoria degli Ultimi in Rome. The Court has also set the council chamber on 12 September for the collegiate discussion.
With the decree, the Administrative Court for Lazio has ordered that the ASL ” on an interim basis and pending the examination of the case in a collegiate context, can leave the applicant herself only the two non-Dpa pigs (provided the conditions exist and prior clarification of all the precautions so that they enjoy an appropriate treatment and do not escape from the actor’s property) and is required, at the same time, to monitor the health status of the other pigs already seized and sent for prophylaxis, evaluating their current and effective danger and , if necessary, providing for the killing ”.
In recent days, the Lazio TAR, with the single-law precautionary decree no. 5380 issued on Saturday 13 August, had postponed the decision “pending the formalities of the investigation” suspending the killing until 18 August (the decree reads “within 3 working days from the communication of this decree”).