French parliamentary enquiry calls for CCTV in abattoirs

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The four-month enquiry, launched after secretly-filmed video was released of cruel practices and unhygenic conditions in several French abattoirs, also recommended veterinary officers be present in large abattoirs to remove staff's impression of 'virtual impunity'.

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Video surveillance in abattoirs is among measures proposed by a French parliamentary inquiry into slaughterhouse conditions, reports BBC News.