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The Constitutional Court will decide if animals are objects, or if they have rights

Published on March 16, 2021
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Although Ecuador was the first country in the region to recognize the rights of nature in its Constitution, animals are considered movable property, comparable to objects, according to the Civil Code. This could change in the coming days, since the Constitutional Court selected the Estrellita case to analyze if fauna is […]

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