Posted On 23 Apr 2014
The actor David Reinoso will initiate a legal action against the GLBTI group, Silueta X, promoter of the complaint made to the Superintendency ofCommunication (Supercom) and the Ombudsman’s Office against comic programs as `Vivos´, `La pareja feliz´ and `Mi recinto´, which are broadcasted on national television and accused of discrimination.
Reinoso said that the organization is `trying to tarnish´ the name of the programs he directed: (`Vivos´, `La pareja feliz´).
The also President of Orbeluna productions considered as `exaggerated´ the measure and referred that this complaint seems to be a political appeal to get followers.
On the other hand, Roberto Chávez, representative and husband of the actress Flor María Palomeque, said that long ago they adjusted the content of the programs with the Law of Communication, so he does not believe that the programs are offending the minorities.
Meanwhile, the actor and producer of Mi recinto, Fernando Villarroel, was more conciliatory as he called the representatives of these groups and the Office of the Ombudsman to discuss this issue `with a coffee´.
Villarroel also argued that he does not agree that these groups based their complaint on 2007 and 2012 reports, but the Supercom analysis should consider the `current production and not the past one´.