Pino Solanas was denounced by INADI for his comments on the “quality” of the vote
City of Buenos Aires, April 15, 2011
The National Institute Against Discrimination (INADI) denounced Fernando “Pino” Solanas for the comments he made about the “quality” of the vote in the most humble provinces.
In a television interview, the presidential candidate of South project had justified the victory of Juan Manuel Urtubey in Salta by saying that “the poorest provinces are not characterized by having the best quality of the vote.”
Therefore, the accused INADI Solanas of “disqualifying their fellow citizens” in a statement issued today, which also highlights the agency’s concern for the episode.
The owner of the institute, Claudio Morgado, said that “political equality, support and foundation of social and cultural equality, does not support ratings or conditional. “
“The votes of all citizens are equal and are equal in an urn. Representatives who want to be voted must strive to persuade their fellow citizens as equals and not disqualify them if your ballot is not accompanied, “he added.