The Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero, spoke out for having a closer relationship with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transgender, Crossdresser, Intersex and Queer community (LGBTTTIQ), as well as protecting their human rights.
Within the framework of Global Equality Caucus meeting for North America, held on April 7, the Secretary of the Interior said that it is necessary “to form sensitive States that work to generate better policies that are more humane and inclusive, respecting, guaranteeing and protecting the rights of all people.”
The head of the country’s internal policy said that all people have a duty of responsibility towards those who have been victims of violence because of their gender, identity or the exercise of their sexuality, but public officials have a greater commitment.
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“We have a duty to make this fight for equality our own, putting an end to discrimination, especially that exercised against the LGBTI + community,” the official added at the global meeting.
Sanchez Cordero He added that the community of sexual diversity in North America is a symbol of struggle and resistance, so now it is time to dignify their movement and guarantee the human rights for which they have fought.
“Let us honor that struggle by giving our best, with actions and commitments that lead to a future where no one will be made invisible, violated or discriminated against,” said the retired minister.