Minister of Kitsilof demands that “apologists of hatred” be punished by law.

Minister of Kitsilof demands that “apologists of hatred” be punished by law.

Minister of Kitsilof demands that “apologists of hatred” be punished by law.

Kirchnerist Walter Correa is calling for a draft he submitted in 2021 to move to “anti-denialist” regulation with civil and criminal sanctions.

The day Buenos Aires Governor Axel Kitsiloff swore in Walter Correa as Minister of Labor.
The day Buenos Aires Governor Axel Kitsiloff swore in Walter Correa as Minister of Labor.

Minister of Labor of Buenos Aires, Walter CorreaToday, via social networks, he asked to revive his author’s bill, which plans to move towards regulations that allow Criminalize behavior that denies and apologises.

“In 2021, as a National Member of Parliament, I introduced Bill 3541-D-2021 in the House of Representatives to punish hateful behavior and apologists for hate. It is necessary to eliminate hatred from political speeches. We Argentinians deserve to live in the country,” asked Correa, who, in addition to being the new minister, is the head of the tanners’ union.

Article 1 of the Korean draft law states: “Whoever publicly denies, condones, condones, or in any way downplays the commission of genocide, crimes against humanity, or war crimes, their consequences, and consequences for the victims or those who are convicted. for their commission, shall be obliged, at the request of the victims of such crime and/or those whose legal interest is violated, to stop their behavior and to repair the moral and material damage caused”.

Correa is 58 years old and in 2017 he took the position of National Deputy A unit of citizens, a political powerhouse invented by Christina Kirchner for its relaunch. He was 10th on the ballot. Rumors are circulating in the trade union corridors that he “won the seat” to bring an army of militants from his union into permanent custody of the Patria Institute, the vice president’s favorite haunt.

Correa’s bill had the support of other Kirchnerist lawmakers. Signed by Carlos Ortega, Pablo Caro, Maria Rosa Martinez, Claudia Ormaechea, Vanessa Saili, Carlos Cisneros, Carlos Pons, Hugo Yaski and Alquira Figueroa.

Source: La Nacion

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