ACI Prensa Staff, Jun 30, 2021 / 17:00 pm
Following the approval of the so-called “Trans Law” by Spain’s Council of Ministers, Luis Argüello, the spokesman for the Spanish Bishops’ Conference and auxiliary bishop of Valladolid, said that this law "transforms feelings into a legal category and enthrones the will to do whatever one wants without any limits.”
Argüello stressed that the draft law "ignores the sexual reality of all the cells of the body and above all, it despises people who are suffering by proposing they change their National Identity Document (DNI) as a way out” of their gender dysphoria crisis.
The Spanish government’s Council of Ministers approved on June 29 the bill entitled “the real and effective equality of trans people and for the guarantee of LGTBI rights,” otherwise known as the “Trans Law.”
The legislation can now go to the Congress of Deputies (lower house), to begin the legislative process.