Hunt a robot instead of a deer? Such is the proposal, seemingly a little crazy, of four deputies of The Republic in March (LREM). They wish, more precisely, “to create a fund for the development of game robots” during a hunt. This, highly contested in France and banned in several foreign countries, consists of pursuing a deer, a boar, or even a fox with a pack of dogs, until it is exhausted. With a “robot” for game, there is no longer any question of killing or injuring an animal.
Their amendment, which was to be considered this Thursday in the National Assembly during the debate on a bill for animal welfare, was finally declared “inadmissible” because of article 98 of the regulations. “The services of the National Assembly considered that he did not respect Article 40 of the Constitution by aggravating a public charge”, indicates one of the four co-signers, Damien Adam, who “discovered” this inadmissibility by our call. But the LREM deputy for Seine-Maritime fully accepts his proposal and intends to “challenge the government in another way”.
“We have a real subject on animal welfare and there is also a whole economy around hunting with hounds. This proposal would make it possible to join the two ends of the omelette “, illustrates the elected official, who acknowledges wanting” to create something that does not exist anywhere “. “With modern techniques of engineering and artificial intelligence, we can quite develop game robots,” he believes very seriously.
“I always see the bullshit of parliamentarians passing”
This proposal has already been mocked on social networks by several of his colleagues. “I shudder at the idea of an electric rabbit or a cyber-boar getting lost in the woods in the rain,” Julien Aubert (Les Républicains) wrote on Twitter, who posted a screenshot of the amendment before it was declared inadmissible.
Fabien Gouttefarde (LREM), specialist in defense issues, sent a friendly pique to his colleague from the majority: “I have just submitted a report on #RobotsTueurs to the Assembly… I will send it to my colleague Damien Adam . “
“I always see the bullshit of parliamentarians passing. There, it’s just funny and ridiculous. And it’s original to talk about oneself, ”laughs for his part the lobbyist Thierry Coste,“ political advisor ”of the National Federation of Hunting (FNC), joined by Le Parisien. “We hunt to catch animals that we kill and we assume it, we must stop the fantasies! », He proclaims.
“It’s not crazy, it’s insulting and contemptuous of what hunting represents. Soon they will be offering us to have sex with robots! », Also exclaims the deputy of Aude Alain Perea (LREM), great defender of hunters.
Damien Adam, assuring that he did not “expect to trigger so many comments”, denounces a part of “caricature” in these reactions. “I can understand that we are making fun of the start-up spirit, but robots are part of our life today, in the industrial or medical field, for example”, he defends himself regretting that the Assembly ” prevents having the debate in the hemicycle ”. By his own admission, the amendment that he co-signed had virtually no chance of being adopted anyway.
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