Meghan Markle and Harry.
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The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, She has had no qualms about getting slightly involved in the electoral campaign in the United States, her native country and where she resides with her husband, Prince Henry, since March of this year, but evidently without taking a position in favor of any of the main candidates in contention: Democrat Joe Biden and current Republican President Donald Trump.
The one who was the protagonist of the series ‘Suits’ has participated in a virtual event called ‘All Women Vote’ to encourage precisely the female population of the country to do everything possible to guarantee their right and duty to vote, which is their judgment “Exceptionally important” to be able to deal effectively with the many challenges posed by essential objectives such as gender equality.
“When I think about voting and how exceptionally important it is, I try to frame it all in the need we have to honor those who came before us, who fought for the recognition of the rights and freedoms that we enjoy, and also that of protect all those who will follow our pathHe declared with his usual eloquence.
The mother of little Archie also recalled that this year is the a century after the proclamation of constitutional amendment number 19, precisely the one that granted women from certain socio-economic sectors the right to vote. The fact that a hundred years later some women still have to “Face so many barriers” To make it happen is, in Meghan’s words, “Something that is not right.”