Guillermo Peña

We found 1 article in which Guillermo Peña said something. The most recent Guillermo Peña’s quote is: “I think a lot of it was inertia, that set in over the years, and so the people who were responsible were, presumably, those who furnished the babies' identity paperwork: doctors, nurses and perhaps some employees at the civil registry. This sort of thing just carried on on the margins of political and legal developments in the country, so that this bad practice, this thirst for money lasted till the end of the 1980s.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Guillermo Peña 2 times. On this page, you will find all of Guillermo Peña’s quotes organized by date and topic.

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I think a lot of it was inertia, that set in over the years, and so the people who were responsible were, presumably, those who furnished the babies' identity paperwork: doctors, nurses and perhaps some employees at the civil registry. This sort of thing just carried on on the margins of political and legal developments in the country, so that this bad practice, this thirst for money lasted till the end of the 1980s.

There is no doubt. Maybe at first, in the early 1940s, there was a political goal, or even a twisted sense of charity, very badly thought out, but as the regime evolved economically, someone saw an excellent way to make money by stealing minors, mainly because it could be done without leaving a trace.

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