The College of Lawyers of Madrid creates a seccióndedicada to the Right of the Bullfighting

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The College of Lawyers of Madrid has opened a new Section dedicated to Right of the Bullfighting with the aim of bringing to the society the importance of “the regulation of an art so important,” convergence of different legal disciplines, and “to convene at all: bullfighting and antitaurinos”.

According to reports this Thursday, the College, the presentation ceremony of the new Section convened more than 600 people as the chairman of the new area, which is the professor of the Complutense University Manuel Quintanar, director of the Center for Bullfighting in Madrid, Miguel Abellán, and the matador Gonzalo Caballero.

The dean of lawyers in madrid, José María Alonso , acknowledged that “it has cost to take forward this Section, but had to leave because bullfighting is not just something that is part of our root as Spanish “, but that “from the legal point of view has many components and meet all kinds of disciplines that make up the regulation of an art so important”.

“The ICAM had to also be here, we are a diverse country, there are people who think one way and people who think other, but the obligation of the institution is that all those who have a professional interest or who exercise their activity in a given area, have here your house, here for us all,” added Alonso.

For his part, the president of the Section of Bullfighting, Manuel Quintanar, stated that the new Section is born “with the vocation to call all, bullfighting and antitaurinos, for dig, from the knowledge, in its true implications, and to achieve effective regulation and exemplary for all the professionals involved that ensures the subsistence of the fighting bull”, details the College in a press release.

Quintanar stated that it will work on the analysis of the regulation of the world del toro , the celebration of events and business activity, as well as in the promotion of policy reforms, all with the idea of “de-ideologize” this activity, which “does not belong to any political party.”

The professor aspires to the creation of a Royal Academy of the Right of the Tauromaquia and the strengthening of the international relations “until you reach the Unesco to declare bullfighting as intangible heritage of humanity”.