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Inadi ‘cannot close because it was created by law’ and ‘it moves to Justice’

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Inadi ‘cannot close because it was created by law’ and ‘it moves to Justice’

The facade of the Institute against Discrimination (Inadi) / Photo: Nacho Sánchez
The Minister of Justice, Mariano Cúneo Libarona, said this Friday that the Institute against Discrimination (Inadi) “cannot be closed because it was created by law”, so the organization “will stop working in its building and move to the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice with “new and suitable people”.

“It cannot be closed because it was created by law and to end a law you need another law. (The institute) is going to stop working in its building and move to the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice, with new and suitable people to that carry out the protection of an essential human right such as non-discrimination,” said Cúneo Libarona in statements to radio Miter.

The Ministry of Justice of the Nation had already reported this Thursday that the functions carried out by the Institute against Discrimination, whose closure was announced by the Government, will be carried out by that portfolio, which “has personnel prepared to effectively carry out the task.”

“It is an overpopulation of personnel, 416 people work, it is more than all the justice personnel in the Federal Capital,” said the official.

In this sense, the minister assured that from the Executive “they had their focus on INADI before taking office” and that after many verifications regarding its operation, its capacity and the staff and the president Javier Milei got tired, he said ‘enough, it’s closed.'”

“It is an overpopulation of personnel, 416 people work, it is more than all the justice personnel in the Federal Capital,” he indicated. the official. He stressed that employees “do not fulfill their function, which is to attack discrimination” and recognized that “the task continues but it has to be done better.”

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“We are going to put this essential human right, non-discrimination, at the forefront,” said the official.

Mariano Cúneo Libarona, Minister of Justice / Photo: Engue Cornu
Cúneo Libarona, who is a criminal lawyer, maintained that the most important thing “is education” regarding discrimination and “paying attention to the victims.”

On the other hand, he criticized that the organization did not fulfill its function against discrimination, in addition to training and educating, pointing out that “they are overloaded with functions, expenses, costs.”

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Regarding the next member of the highest court, who must be appointed by the Government, he said that “the decision will be made in March.”

“We have a suitable person and much more to review,” he said. and, when asked about the identity of the candidate, Cúneo Libarona only responded “I like women” for that position.

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