What is the reaction of the Minister of the Environment to the resignation of the president of the FSHCL?

The president of the hunter's federation motivated his resignation by the lack of constructive collaboration and a "contempt" ("Missachten") on the part of the Minister of the Environment vis-à-vis hunters. DP MPs Guy Arendt and Gusty Graas wanted to know the minister's reaction to these allegations and how the current situation is planned to be resolved.

« En date du 10 février 2021, le président de la Fédération Saint Hubert des Chasseurs du Grand-Duché du Luxembourg (FSHCL) a annoncé sa démission. Comme motivation pour cette décision, il a soulevé un manque de collaboration constructive ainsi qu’un « mépris » (« Missachtung ») du côté du gouvernement, donc en l’occurrence de la part de Madame la Ministre, à l’égard des chasseurs. Dans son communiqué il donne notamment un certain nombre d’exemples afin d’illustrer sa position.

Dans ce contexte nous aimerions poser les questions suivantes à Madame la Ministre de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement durable :

– Quelle est la position de Madame la Ministre quant aux allégations formulées à son égard dans le communiqué précité ?

– Vu les relations manifestement tendues entre la FSHCL et Madame la Ministre, de quelle manière est-il prévu de résoudre cette situation dans l’intérêt d’une future collaboration constructive ?

– Une entrevue avec la FSHCL à ce sujet a-t-elle déjà été demandée, respectivement est-elle envisagée ? »

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