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Relay protest in front of the National Assembly for the enactment of the Korean Beef Act

Published May 24, 2024

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Min Gyeong-cheon, president of the National Korean Beef Association, is staging a one-person protest in front of the National Assembly to advocate for the 'Act on Support for a Sustainable Korean Beef Industry' (Korean Beef Act). The protest underscores the lack of development and protection laws for Korean beef, unlike other livestock such as dairy cows, honey bees, and horses. The association aims to have the law passed in the 21st National Assembly session, highlighting the vital role of Korean beef in rural economies. Various association executives and branch leaders will join the ongoing protest.
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Min Gyeong-cheon, the first Korean Beef Association president Request for processing within the 21st National Assembly session “Livestock not protected by law? “What is that?” Min Gyeong-cheon, president of the National Korean Beef Association, took part in a one-person protest in front of the main gate of the National Assembly on the 23rd, calling for the enactment of the ‘Act on Support for a Sustainable Korean Beef Industry’ (hereinafter referred to as the Korean Beef Act). This is a question asked by a citizen after seeing the picket that Chairman Min was holding. The picket included the question, ‘Which of the following livestock does not have development and protection laws?’ along with the question to choose one of the following as the correct answer: ① dairy cow (dairy farming), ② Korean beef, ③ honey bee, and ④ horse. When Chairman Min said, “②Korean beef is the correct answer,” Lee said, “When I was young, Korean beef was the number one asset in the house. Plowing the ...
Source: Agrinet
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