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These principles align with the platform of the Social Encounter Party.To further these goals, Verastegui founded the production company Metanoia Films, along with associates Alejandro Gomez Monteverde and Leo Severino.Minors who do not have the consent of their guardians can request representation by the State to obtain a judicial bypass, which can be granted if a court deems the hormonal treatments or other procedures to be in the best interest of the child.In addition, the law provides for lifelong financial compensation for those persons who claim to have been victims of institutional violence related to their gender identity during the country’s military dictatorship from 1973 to 1985.The company was created to propagate the values of life and marriage and family in order to “reach people’s hearts and minds.” Their first production, “Bella” directed by Alejandro Monteverde, and starring Verastegui, won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2006.
In an interview with the local “This Voice is Mine” program, the candidate said that “the most serious issue is that this law is riddled with gender ideology, denies biology, denies that we are born male and female and says that sex is assigned to us at birth by convention.” “I’m worried that the State will intrude into your home and tell the parents ‘you step aside and I’ll take charge of your child.’ For me this is very serious, it’s clearly violating parental authority,” he said.Their most recent project is the movie “Little Boy,” in which a young boy learns how to live the virtues, starting with faith, and in turn teaches them to others. Verastegui is now developing “Sound of Freedom,” a film which addresses the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation.The film, which is in pre-production, traces the true story of Tim Ballard, a former Department of Homeland Security agent.Mexico City, Mexico, Nov 28, 2017 / am (CNA).- Several Mexican media outlets reported on Nov.24 that Eduardo Verastegui, internationally known Catholic actor and producer, could be a serious candidate in the country’s 2018 presidential elections.
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