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European Commissioner

This product was regarded as the most likely common bond with outbreaks of the bacteria e. coli in Germany and France. Imports are also suspended until October 31 of seeds and beans for germination of sprouts that come from Egyptian exporters. Spain will ask the EU 80 million euros to compensate the damage caused by the outbreak of e. coli. The European Union has decided this Tuesday the temporary ban on the import of seeds from Egypt after detecting that fenugreek coming from that country are related to outbreaks of the bacteria E.coli in Germany and France.

The EU has ordered to withdraw immediately from the Community market suspicious seeds, once that product was regarded as the most likely common bond with outbreaks, according to a report released Tuesday by the European authority on food safety (EFSA). The European Commissioner for health and Consumer Affairs, John Dalli, says in a statement that the Commission will continue to control the situation very closely and will take additional measures if necessary. For Dalli, find the source of the infection by e. coli is a key priority for the EU Executive. In particular, the European authorities have asked EU countries to withdraw, document and destroy all fenugreek seeds imported from Egypt between 2009 and 2011.

Suspended imports the decision of the European Commission (EC) also suspended until next October 31 imports seeds and beans for germination of sprouts that come from Egyptian exporters. Committee on Animal Health and food chain, in which the 27 countries of the EU are represented has given its approval to the measures proposed by the Commission. These measures shall be reviewed regularly taking into account the guarantees offered by the Egyptian authorities, the results of scientific tests in laboratories and the controls carried out by the European States. affected 4,000, 48 deaths the outbreak of the strain O104 of e. coli began in I may in Hamburg (Germany) and it has affected more than 4,000 people across Europe, 48 of which have died because of infection. A second outbreak was detected later in the area of Bordeaux (France). Brussels had already warned last June 30 to Spain and six other Community countries on the distribution in their territories of seeds suspicious items, although in the Spanish case there has been to date no infection from O104 strain of the bacterium e. coli. On the other hand, the Minister of environment and Rural and Marine Affairs, Rosa Aguilar, has encryption this Tuesday in about 80 million euros the amount that Spain will claim to the European Union (EU) for damage caused in the fruit and vegetable sector because of the food crisis by the bacteria e. coli in Germany. Source of the news: the EU temporarily prohibits import seeds from Egypt by outbreaks of e. coli

Judge Determines

The street Jose Maria Osborne changed its name under the law of historical memory. According to the ruling, this name evokes not the uprising or the Francoist repression. The judge says that the Sevillians associated this surname to wineries, wines or bulls. Osborne served on the side of Franco during the Spanish Civil war until his plane was shot down in 1938. A judge has ordered to return a Sevillian Street the name of Jose Maria Osborne, was retired pursuant to the law of historical memory, because such denomination not evokes, recalls or exalts the uprising, the Civil war or Franco’s repression.

The Court of the contentious-administrative 2 says in his ruling that 73 years after the start of the war, the majority of the Sevillians today associated with the surname Osborne wineries, wines or bulls and company La Cruz del Campo, Jose Maria Osborne was the President. Osborne was Aviator and during the Civil war made 48 connecting flights and 68 of war for the side Franco, and later became pilot military until his plane was shot down in December 1938. The ruling argues that the former Sevillian municipal government, chaired by Alfredo Sanchez Monteseirin (PSOE), not properly interpreted the law of historical memory in 2009 when removed the name to this street, and attends request Enrique Osborne, legitimized to do so to be nephew of the owner of the street, although not fit to consider your remaining requests that removed the names of the streets Dolores Ibarruri Passiflora and Jose Diaz. The judge examines the law of historical memory and says that a street name would enter into the category of symbols, and as such should evoke, because of its characteristics, the Civil war or the dictatorship, commemorating it, recalling it or highlighting it. Osborne added, did not participate in the military as a leader or developer revolt, but joined as a civilian pilot, could not participate in the Francoist repression because he died in 1938, so it only could be, in your case, a symbol of the Civil war to participate as a side and be crushed by the other pilot. But probably is unknown for the majority of the people of Seville his participation as a pilot in the Civil War, as well as his death in combat, says the statement. Therefore, according to current social conventions, pilot Osborne does not fit into the Group of names, plaques, shields monuments to be seen by the Sevillian today evoke him, remember or exalt the uprising, the civil war or Franco’s repression, says the judge in a ruling that cannot be appealed to the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA). Source of the news: A judge determines that a street in Seville again to have the name of a Francoist flyer