Massive fraud to the Trans Law in Ceuta

Massive fraud to the Trans Law in Ceuta Massive fraud to the Trans Law in Ceuta

Fraud to the Trans Law: 37 officials of the Army, the National Police, the Civil Guard and the Local Police of Ceuta resort to sex change to achieve promotions more easily

One year has passed since the entry into force of the Trans Law. A pioneering standard that stressed the Coalition government, opened a gap in the feminist movement and allowed trans people to be officially recognized according to their identity without having to go through medical requirements, something that only 16 countries in the world do.

in the set of Spain, throughout 2023 more than 5.000 changes sex registration in application of the Trans Law. In the majority of cases, 60%, the transition was from man to woman. The procedures have generally proceeded normally. Until now. Because it turns out that in Ceuta There are 37 police officers and soldiers who have decided to change their sex to obtain benefits for being a woman. They do not change their name or partner. A fact that in isolation would not generate suspicion, but that proportionally raises alarm bells.

That there are members of the Army, the National Police, the Civil Guard and the Local Police of Ceuta that seek to benefit from positive discrimination measures that exist to guarantee equality does not invalidate the Trans Law. On the contrary, it invalidates them.

49 Sex changes in Ceuta

Massive fraud to the Trans Law in CeutaSince the rule came into force on March 2 of last year there have been a total of 49 sex changes in Ceuta. Eight of them have been from women who have transitioned to men, with the consequent change of name. They have gone from having female names to having male names. The rest, 41 people, have gone from being men to being women. However, only four of this group have also changed their name.

The rest, 37, have kept their male names. These people represent 75,5% of the total population that has resorted to the Trans Law, an especially high and striking figure. These data suggest that a massive fraud to the Trans Law in Ceuta. These people would not be changing their sex to be transsexual, but to obtain different benefits by becoming officially women.

There is a lack of tools to detect legal fraud

There are several reasons that explain why this phenomenon is happening, especially in Ceuta. The first, because there is a very high community of members of the Armed Forces and police forces, which implies that the possibility of changing sex and the benefits that this entails is easily spread through word of mouth. On the other hand, because there is no judge in charge of the Civil Registry in Ceuta.

Pioneering resolution in Gran Canaria

In a pioneering resolution, the judge of the Court of First Instance 5 of San Bartolomé de Tirajana (Gran Canaria) Last September, he denied sex change to an opponent who was trying to get a public job. The togado was responsible for the Civil Registry.

The resolution concluded that the opponent was acting with "spurious mood«. «Sand draws forcefully from the fact that she states that she has always felt like a woman and that she has not mentioned it to family and friends. It is completely incongruous and contrary to maxims of experience that a person who feels like a woman expresses this by correcting her sex in the Civil Registry before sharing it with family and friends.«, read the car.

This, however, cannot happen in Ceuta, since the highest legal authority in the Civil Registry is a lawyer from the Administration of Justice, who is also in the position temporarily. If this person dedicated themselves to rejecting sex changes, they could end up being charged with the crime of prevarication.

«Before it was well regulated and it was easier to see who was trans and who wasn't, but the new law doesn't allow you any room for maneuver. We are looking forward to a resolution that establishes jurisprudence on this issue to be able to address it.«, lament the legal sources.

Massive fraud to the Trans Law in Ceuta


Sources: The Spanish

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