More than 40 LGTBI entities ask for a permanent commission in the Andalusian Parliament to supervise compliance with the Trans and LGTBI Laws
La LGTBI+ Pride Federation Andalusia has registered in the Andalusian Parliament a request for a quarantine of associations LGTBI + to create a permanent commission to supervise compliance with the Trans Laws of 2014, and LGTBI, of 2017, which were approved unanimously in the Andalusian chamber.
In the registration of the petition, which has been carried out by the president of the federation, Irene Navarro and the vice president of LGTBI Council of Andalusia, Charo Alises, the socialist deputy has been, Adele Castano and LGTBI secretary of the Andalusian PSOE, Pink Manolo, the deputies of Adelante Andalucía José Ignacio García and Maribel Mora and the deputy of For Andalusia, Juan Antonio Delgado, reported in a statement.
Currently, people LGTBI + en Andalusia are among the first victims of hate crimesFurthermore, a high percentage of the students LGTBI + suffer bullying due to their orientation or sexual identity in Andalusian educational centers, the suicide rate of adolescents LGTBI +far exceeds that of cisheterosexual adolescents and in the workplace, people LGTBI + They still avoid making their orientation known for fear of rejection and harassment.
Faced with this situation, the entities defend the need for effective instruments and propose the full implementation of the law to guarantee the rights, equal treatment and non-discrimination of people LGTBI + and their families and the Law for the real and effective equality of trans people and for the guarantee of the rights of people LGTBI +.
Therefore, they request the creation of a LGTBI+ Permanent Commission in the Parliament of Andalusia so that the rights of the people LGTBI + «are fully guaranteed and discrimination based on sexual orientation, identity, gender expression and corporality is completely eradicated«.