ALEC slam activists over "hampering" MV Bahijah decision, cattle to be unloaded in WA.

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Updated February 13 2024 - 10:56am, first published February 10 2024 - 5:30pm
ALEC chief executive Mark Harvey-Sutton. Picture by supplied.
ALEC chief executive Mark Harvey-Sutton. Picture by supplied.

Animal activists bombarding the government with communications while it was weighing up the MV Bahijah re-export decision had a "clearly detrimental effect" and exposed a "loophole" that must be immediately closed, according to the Australian Livestock Exporters Council.

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Jason Gregory

National Rural Affairs Writer

National rural affairs writer for ACM's agricultural print and digital publications, covering federal politics, agri-politics and life in the regions. 2023 National Rural Press Club award winner. Send story tips to jason.gregory@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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