The Spanish government will approve the trans law on Monday

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The text thus goes to the processing stage in Congress. The text will be approved by the Spanish government in the second round on the eve of International LGTBI Pride Day and a year after it was first approved.

Euskaraz irakurri: Espainiako Gobernuak astelehenean onartuko du Trans Legea

The Spanish government will approve the trans law and the rights of LGTBI people in the Council of Ministers to be held on Monday, June 27, as confirmed by equality sources. The text thus goes to the processing stage in Congress.

The same sources have indicated that this is the best possible text to reach the House of Representatives, because it has been improved compared to the original text and the fundamental rights recognized by the collective are preserved.

The text will be approved by the Spanish government in the second round of the eve of International LGBTI Pride Day and a year after he first did it.

During this period, the still draft bill has sparked several debates on gender self-determination, including transgender people, leading to disagreements between the two partner parties in the Spanish government. In addition, the text provokes rejection in a sector of feminism that believes it violates women’s rights.

In particular, the text makes it possible to carry out a gender reassignment in the registry office without the need for the person to have, as is now required, a clinical medical or psychological report demonstrating “gender dysphoria”. It is sufficient that the amendment is requested in writing, without evidence or witnesses, and that it is ratified within a period of three months.

One of the political figures most critical of this initiative was the former vice president of the Spanish government, the socialist Carmen Baldwho even warned while in office that this measure could pose a “danger to 47 million” Spaniards.

From the Ministry of Equality, they have also been critical of the attitude of the General Council for the Judiciary (CGPJ) with regard to this text and in particular for failing to meet the deadlines for issuing the corresponding mandatory report.

Finally, this court attached a positive value to self-determination, albeit not from the age of 16, as prescribed by the standard, but from the age of 18.

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Source: EITB

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