In the pageant, held Sunday in the northeastern town of Barbosa, in Santander department, young girls competed in bikinis as part of the annual Festival del Rio Suarez. The competition, which Mr Galeano emphasised has "always had the support and permission of parents," has sparked heated debate on Twitter. How horrible and irresponsible of the parents," Cristina Plazas, director of Colombia's family welfare institute, tweeted. Ms Plazas said she was consulting "with lawyers on taking appropriate action" against the event organisers, as well as against sponsors and parents. She also suggested bringing the issue to the attorney-general's office, which is tasked with overseeing public employees in Colombia, to punish authorities who encouraged this "abnormal" event. Beauty contests are popular in Colombia, where pageant queens often compete at high levels in international competitions like Miss Universe and Miss World, as well as in smaller local events.
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