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Two provinces so far, Catalonia and the Canary Islands, have outlawed bullfighting with the Balearic Islands also expected to approve a ban this summer.But it is officially part of the nation’s cultural heritage, according to a law passed in 2013, and under the Ministry of Culture, bullfighting still enjoys certain financial and legal protections.“It’s not about Spanish culture anymore it’s more about entertainment, and Spaniards like to spend their money on other things that are aligned with European values now, more than ever.” For bullfighting aficionados, the late matador Barrio may be considered a hero, but their national pastime could meet its match if a culture of indifference lets the bullfight fall of its own accord.Some enterprises struggle to drive business value from data science efforts because the business and data scientists are not communicating or collaborating well.
In the wake of Barrio’s death, Spain’s Animalist Party Against Mistreatment of Animals (PACMA) launched a campaign to save the mother from slaughter. More often than not, he is forced to use more than one sword to finish the job.
Activists covered in fake blood protest against bullfighting and bull-running during a demonstration called by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and Anima Naturalis on the eve of the San Fermin festivities in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona on July 5, 2016.
The death of a Spanish matador in the bullfighting ring last week sparked renewed calls for a ban of the bloody tradition and reopened a national debate on its place in modern day Spain.
Simply put, young people are just not that into it, with the tradition enjoying a larger following among Spain’s over-45s.
“Bullfighting does not fit in with the environmentally conscious lifestyle seen throughout the western world,” Beilin tells TIME.
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