Planning Minister Florencio Randazzo praised the new electronic card format for the National Document of Identity (DNI), which yesterday was amended in order to “simplify the lives of Argentine citizens.
The Senate approved the gender identity bill, which allows citizens to officially change their name and sexual identity if they wish to so, without the need to request a special permission in court.
Ivan Fontán, the main suspect in the death of 32-year old Miguel Ramírez after he was hit in the neck by an emergency flare during a La Renga concert, was identified by a witness in a police lineup, authorities confirmed.
The Lower House moved forward with the Gender Identity Law, which will allow citizens to officially change their name and gender on their National Identity Card (DNI) without having a court permit or presenting their medical studies.
The Lower House granted preliminary approval to the Gender Identity and “Dignified Death” bills and sent them to the Upper House floor, where senators will continue to debate them.