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L?Ajuntament de Cunit prohibeix un número de cavalls al Circo Italiano

L’Ajuntament de Cunit (PSC) ha prohibit al Circo Italiano presentar els seus dos números de cavalls i gossos dàlmates que inclou el seu espectacle Somnis, que des de fa un any està fent gira per diferents localitats de Catalunya. En plena preparació del muntatge que el Circo Italiano estrenarà la pròxima tardor al festival Temporada Alta, a Girona, la companyia s’ha vist envoltada d’una nova polèmica en relació a l’exhibició dels animals als espectacles. Les picabaralles entre els circs i els ajuntaments són conseqüència de la disbauxa normativa que hi ha en els diferents municipis. Lluny en el temps han quedat les prohibicions dels números de tigres i elefants, els quals han desaparegut de Catalunya. Ara, i novament pressionats per les associacions animalistes, molts ajuntaments condicionen les seves llicències a que l’espectacle no inclogui cap animal, ni tan sols gossos o cavalls. En el cas de Cunit ha estat l’associació Libera que s’ha manifestat contra la presència dels animals. Pel director del circ, Pelé Rossi, la prohibició és “injusta”ja que al circ se li prohibeix presentar qualsevol animal i en canvi, a pocs metres de la plaça, hi ha una hípica. “Hauria de ser el públic –afegeix- qui opinés si li agrada veure aquests números”. En el seu recent informe sobre la situació de la Cultura a Catalunya, el Consell Nacional de la Cultura (CoNCA) demana una regulació sobre la presència dels animals als espectacles de circ i critica implícitament tots aquells ajuntaments, entre els quals hi ha els de Barcelona, Lleida i Tarragona, que han prohibit els números d’animals ja que ho han fet sense establir una”transició” que els permetés adaptar-se a la nova normativa. ElCoNCA, que assenyala que aquestes normatives municipals han “perjudicat”moltes companyies perquè no han pogut “esmorteir” un canvi tant radical, considera que caldria un “marc nacional de referència” que regulés per al conjunt del país la presència dels animals al circ.
A la imatge, una fotografia captada aquest Nadal a la plaça Monumental de Barcelona per Manel Sala Ulls del número de 6 cavalls que han prohibit a Cunit.  


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