The regulation accepted on Thursday brings Spain into line with European Union directives on discrimination towards disabled individuals, and was hailed by campaigners.
“Now we have overcome the Spain of the previous,” mentioned Jesús Martín, the Director Common of Spain’s Royal Board on Disabilities, which advises the Social Rights Ministry that pushed the ban ahead in parliament.
“Folks with dwarfism have been subjected to mockery in public squares in our nation, passing down the concept it’s okay to snort at distinction to so many ladies and boys who go along with adults to see these shameful performances.”
A handful of the few remaining performers staged a protest in entrance of parliament to precise their condemnation of the ban.
“They take it as a right that individuals are being denigrated or laughed at, and it’s the other: the respect they’ve for us is spectacular,” Daniel Calderón, a dwarf bullfighter, advised the EFE information company.