634 people have changed their name so far in 2023; some were degrading

634 people have changed their name so far in 2023;
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Through the National Transparency Platform (PNT) It was announced that, from January to November 2023, 634 people decided to change their name or surname because they were the target of ridicule or had spelling mistakes.

In accordance with the name change requests in the 32 Civil Registries of the country, requests for ridicule or denigration are increasing, exceeding the 243 requests received in 2022.

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“42 percent did so due to ridicule or denigration due to their names, these requests exceeded the 243 received in 2022 for the same reason”mentions the document published in the National Transparency Platform.

According to official data, the names of Shrek, Cacerolo, Culebro, Marciana, Herculino and Telésforo They were some of those who changed so far this year.

In addition, it was revealed that the rarest name that exists in Mexico is Zero Zero Three Miller Santos Chablé and it belongs to a 25-year-old Yucatecan young man.

Can you change your name in the Civil Registry?

The law states that there are several criteria for A person can change their name through the Civil Registry, One of them is for being victims of ridicule or denigration because of their names.

Another valid reason is that they have a different sex than when they were registered at birth and, finally, it is that there is a spelling error on the birth certificate.

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Article 46 of The Civil Registry Law prohibits registering a minor with a personal name that is pejorativediscriminatory, slanderous, denigrating, meaningless or that constitutes a sign or acronym.

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