Exchange of information between the old and new hunting syndicates

DP MPs André Bauler and Guy Arendt have heard that the secretaries of the former hunting syndicates are not allowed to give out the account numbers of forest, meadow and field owners to the new secretaries for data protection reasons. Therefore, they asked the Minister responsible how this problem could be solved.

Et ass eis zu Ouere komm, datt d’Sekretäre vun deene fréiere Juegdsyndikater net däerfen d’Kontosnummere vun de Bësch-, Wisen a Feldbesëtzer un déi nei Sekretäre rausgi wéinst dem Dateschutz.

D’Natur- a Bëschverwaltung huet en neie „Rôle de répartition“ gemaach, deen op Myguichet steet. Do stinn d’Propriétairen all drop, wéi vill Terrain si am Juegdlous hunn a wéi vill Suen se ze kréien hunn, mee et ass awer verständlecherweis keng Kontosnummer vun hinne verëffentlecht.

Di fréier bzw. nei Sekretäre waarden eigentlich drop, datt si schrëftlech gesot kréien, si dierften oder sollten, ënner bestëmmte Bedingungen, d’Kontosnummere viruginn oder/an, datt d’Leit sech eventuell selwer op Myguichet mat hirer Kontosnummer androen.

An deem Kader wollte mir der Madamm Ministesch fir Ëmwelt, Klima an nohalteg Entwécklung folgend Froe stellen:

  • Ass d’Madamm Ministesch scho mat dëser Problematik befaasst ginn?
  • Wéi gedenkt d’Madamm Ministesch eng Léisung erbäizeféieren, fir datt déi betraffe Leit hire Flichten nokomme kënnen?
  • Wat fir konkret Schrëtt huet d’Verwaltung biswell ënnerholl?

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