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Officials with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are of the opinion that the authorities of the Greek island of Santorini, to hide the tourism-related abuse of local donkeys that are constantly being forced to be tourists – some who are “overweight”, and have their luggage on the steep slopes of the popular holiday destination.

The animal rights group has popped up again on the footage from the end of 2018, in which the animals being beaten with sticks, and loaded down with shopping bags, Reuters has reported. PETA is now accusing the government officials of the “lock-in” of their transfer campaign, on the buses, and the taxes, with the slogan, “the Donkeys are Suffering alike. Please do not Drive on it.”

PETA is now accusing the government officials of the “lock-in” of their transfer campaign, on the buses, and the taxes, with the slogan, “the Donkeys are Suffering alike. Please do not Drive on it.”
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“The Greek authorities will have to step up and stop the donkeys to be buried in the ground, in Santorini island, which is the cruelty of forcing them to carry heavy loads of tourists, hundreds of steps,” Elisa Allen, PETA’s director, said of the claims.

The issue to international attention last summer, when the animal rights group is to Help the Santorini Donkeys, and began to implore him to make the weight limit for donkey riders. Last year, Greece welcomed a record-breaking number of 33 million tourists, as per Reuters, with as many as 1,000 tourists a day are flooding in Santorini during the peak holiday season is between May and October.

The issue to international attention last summer, when the animal rights group is to Help the Santorini Donkeys, and began to implore him to make the weight limit for donkey riders.
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Hundreds and hundreds of excess weight of the riders and ill-fitting saddles, and were left by the animals is effectively crippled with spinal injuries, and open wounds, and the Express has reported.

“With the holidays on the island, it is now much more than ever before, which means that the mice are free to do a lot of work throughout the year,” Christina Kaloudi, the founder of the Santorini Animal Welfare Association, told The Sun at the time.

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In a sweeping motion up for horses ‘ rights, local governments are forbidden by law “obese” to tourists than 220 pounds, the ride on the asses, although PETA maintains that the animal is abused in Santorini still remains.

“With the holidays on the island, it is now much more than ever before, which means that the mice are free to do a lot of work throughout the year,” Christina Kaloudi, the founder of the Santorini Animal Welfare Association, said.
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Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos, however, suggests otherwise.

“We care about their well-being,” Zorzos, told Reuters that the hard-working donkeys, details of which are elected officials, which had nothing to do with a frustrated advertising campaigns.

“We care about their well-being,” the Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos, told Reuters that the hard-working donkeys, details of which are elected officials, which had nothing to do with a frustrated advertising campaigns.
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Moving forward, PETA plans to explore other methods to spread their message.

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