The Second Constitutional Court of the Superior Court of Justice of Lima declared the lawsuit filed by citizens Jenny Victoria Trujillo Cueva and Darling Yvone Delfín Ponce founded in part to order the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Reniec) to register both women as mothers in the ID of their child, identified with the initials DADT.
As it is recalled, Trujillo Cueva and his partner Delfín Ponce, initiated an amparo lawsuit against Reniec in order to respect their right not to be discriminated against because of their sexual orientation and to be recognized as mothers of the minor who was born in Mexico in 2014 .
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In the birth certificate issued in that country, the couple is indicated as mothers of DADT. It is also noted that citizens are also recognized as mothers in the Registry of children of Peruvians born abroad of the National Superintendency of Migration.
In addition, although the Reniec verbally promised to issue the minor’s identity document and that the document consign Trujillo and Delfín as the minor’s mothers, this promise was not fulfilled.