Strong statements against the protagonist of the Oscar-winning film, Daniela Vega, they volunteered by broadcasting video on social networks.
This is the capture of the session of the Coronel City Council, where the councilor Carmen Madinagoitia (RN) said, inter alia, that the actress "He is a man and a man will die."
This happens after the local authorities defend the deputy Leonidas Romero, for the criticism and sanctions he received after making statements against the actress.
"I praise Romero that he must pay 1% of the Ethics Committee (sanction against the MP) because I think it's just like himIf I had to pay 10%, I tell people to pay for it because Daniel Vega is a man, "said Madinagoitia.
"Man will die, so he (Romero) said who he is," added the councilor who accused former president Michelle Bachelet bring "stupid" laws, referring to the abortion law in three cases and a citizenship agreement.
"I hope they will not tell you tomorrow that Daniel Vega, they say, she is suffering from prostate cancerbecause he is a man "- said Madinagoitia.
Francisco Reyes, councilor at PPD, answered the statements and said that, apart from the Romero discount, homophobia must be rooted out of the country.
"Like in the 1960s, it was said so the communists had to be eliminated and killedToday, talking about a man who has a transsexual subject and speaks in terms of what we're talking about means that tomorrow they can kill you, "Reyes added.
He also called on his peers, stating this "Beware of words, above all, we who are public figures and they transmit us. Homophobia is a delicate issue in society. "
Activist and legal counsel, Constanza Valdéz, wrote on Twitter that she complained to the auditor against the councilor, violates the principle of reliability and said attacks on the identity of Daniela Vega.
For the violation of the principle of truthfulness and its threats in relation to the gender identity of Daniela Vega and transgender persons by the counselor Madinagoitia from the commune of Coronel, she has just lodged a complaint with the auditor.
No more transphobia! pic.twitter.com/HzcuCAA3IB
– Constanza Valdés C. (@conivaldesc) November 8, 2018
Below is the statement of Carmen Madinagoitia: