Interior removes the condition of "public utility" to the association Hazte Oír
The Ministry of the Interior has withdrawn the status of "public utility" from the Hazte Oír association. This withdrawal does not entail its prohibition or exclusion from the association registry
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The Ministry of the Interior has withdrawn the status of "public utility" from the Hazte Oír association. This withdrawal does not entail its prohibition or exclusion from the association's registry of the ministry, but it does eliminate the privileges associated with being registered as an association in this type of category.
At the end of last year, a file was opened by the department headed by Fernando Grande-Marlaska against this association, as the SER chain announced and Interior sources have confirmed to this newspaper. This file was opened as a result of the campaign against the transsexuals that the association took to the streets through a bus serigraphed with slogans such as "Girls have a vagina, children have a penis" and that became viral through networks social.
The analysis of the file has concluded that the attack on the transsexual collective can not be compatible with the condition of public utility, and after several administrative procedures it was decided to withdraw that condition.
The loss of the public utility of Hazte Oir has as an immediate consequence the loss of certain tax privileges and other types of benefits that associations registered within that category benefit from.
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