Argentine Government is Against Racial and Religious Discrimination, Minister Says
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Argentine Government is Against Racial and Religious Discrimination, Minister Says

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The Argentine Government is opposed to racial or religious discrimination, Foreign Minster Dr. Juan A. Bramuglia declared in a statement to Rabbi Samuel Wohl of Cincinnati now on a visit here. Dr.Wchl visited Dr. Moises Goldman, president of the DAIA, central representative body of Argentine Jewry.

“No racial or religious differences exist for the Argentine Government or the Argentine people, ” the Minister declared. “The basis of the government is the Constitution of the country. Since this charter grants equal rights to all inhabitants, regardless of their race or religion, there can be no question of racial or religious discrimination on the part of our government.”

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