Argentina approves law forcing gov’t to hire transgenders | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Argentina approves law forcing gov’t to hire transgenders

Argentina has approved a law reserving one percent of government jobs for transgenders.

Argentina’s Senate passed the law last Thursday, after the country’s lower chamber also endorsed it last month. 55 senators voted for the legislation, one voted against it, and six abstained, MercoPress reported.

“It is established that, in the national public sector, personnel positions must be occupied by a proportion of not less than one percent of all of them by transvestites, transsexuals and transgender people who meet the conditions of suitability for the position,” the law reads.

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