The country will follow English in enforcing the cameras, with politicians saying the law is aimed at ensuring there are 'highest standards of animal welfare'
Undercover footage revealed animals being punched, kicked, and jabbed with clippers
The cameras are mandatory in English facilities
New legislation requiring the cameras has come into force in England
Cameras will become mandatory in all slaughterhouses in England under new rules
A number of welfarists have welcomed the proposals - but vegan campaigners say they don't go far enough
Policy makers believe the cameras will improve animal welfare standards