Many posters in favor of the hunting law were ransacked. A complaint has been filed.
Less than a week before the federal vote, the campaign committee in favor of the law on hunting lodges a complaint against the deterioration of its posters. He believes that the damage is “obviously deliberate and very targeted”.
Across the canton, many posters were ransacked, the committee said in a statement on Tuesday. “These incivilities aim to destroy and modify the message conveyed and therefore amount to interference which must be assimilated to damage to property”.
The origin of the depredations is “very clear” in view of the posters sometimes stuck on the large format visuals, adds the press release. The campaign committee explains that it wants a “correct and fair game” campaign. He denounced these practices in a criminal complaint sent Monday to the Vaud public prosecutor.