Ito ang nais isulong na karampatang multa sa Legislative Yuan ng Taiwan. Sa kasalukyan ay NT$3,000 – NT$15,000 ang nararapat na multa para sa mga nag-aattempt na mag-puslit ng meat products sa mga airports/seaports ng Taiwan.
A draft amendment to Article 45-1 in the Statute for Prevention and Control of Infectious Animal Disease, which aims to raise the maximum fine to NT$300,000 for illegally bringing meat products into Taiwan, has already been sent to the Executive Yuan on Oct. 22, Peng said. –source
Kamakailan ay may nasabat na 73 cases of attempted smuggling of meat products papasok ng Taiwan ayon sa Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine (BAPHIQ). Kabilang dito ang mga bansang naapektuhan ng tinatawag na African swine fever or hoof-and-mouth disease.
According to BAPHIQ statistics, the 73 cases of fined meat items discovered from Oct. 18-28, included cured meats, beef, sausages and hot dogs, of which 43 came from China, 21 from Vietnam, five from the Philippines, and two from both South Korea and Thailand.
Samantala, alam ba ninyong bawal din ang magdala ng marine products na kagaya ng mga daing o tuyo papasok ng Taiwan?
Quarantine for Animals, Plants and Marine Produces
- Passengers are strictly restricted from carrying the following products into Taiwan:
- Fresh fruits, melons, cucumbers, gourds, etc.
- Marine products, regardless of live, refrigerated, frozen, salted or seasoned, subject to confiscation.
- Unauthorized live animals and plants, and their products including meats and seeds.
- Passengers carrying animals and agricultural products into Taiwan should go to the quarantine counters to apply for the quarantine procedure.
- Passengers who wish to carry any farm products into Taiwan should inquire with the Animal & Plant Quarantine Bureau of the Agricultural Committee in advance.
- Service phones: (03) 398-2268 or 398-2264 (Terminal 1); (03) 398-3372 (Terminal 2).
- Regarding the quarantine of personnel, aircraft and marine products, please ring up the 2nd substation of the Center for Disease Control of the Ministry of Sanitation at (03) 398-2584 or 398-2583 (Terminal 1) or (03) 398-3395 (Terminal 2). –source
Sa ngayon ay pinaigting na ng mga awtoridad ang proseso laban sa mga nagpupumilit pa ring magtangkang mag-puslit ng mga nabanggit na mga produktong ipinagbabawal.
Ang tanong, “Kabayan, susubukan mo pa rin bang magdala?”