Retreat organizers of the Miss Universe for their decision not to civil transgender contestant, and allowed to participate, provided they meet the legal requirements for the recognition of sex work in Canada.
The Organization of the Miss Universe contest in a statement Monday night, the contestant Gina Talakova can enter the competition if they fulfill the "Terms of the recognition of gender and legal requirements in Canada, and the standards set by other international competitions."
However, the statement, not to mention what those requirements.
The news came one day before the news conference is expected to respond Talakova with Gloria, a lawyer of high-level, for which he talked about her experience, was not clear whether the conference will be held Tuesday and was planned.
He welcomed the "coalition of gay and lesbian against defamation," or so-called "Glad," the decision of the Miss Universe, "The organization made the right decision, and has taken an important first step."
The Talakova, 23, was one of 65 contestants arrived in the finals, to compete for the title of Miss Universe in Canada, and represent her country at Miss Universe.
But organizers said last month it can not compete because they lied about undergoing sex change surgery and did not meet the contest requirements.
At that time, said Miss Universe Organization that the current rules provide that any rival should be "a female, and born naturally."