Miguelturra observes a minute of silence in response to the latest murders due to gender violence

Miguelturra observes a minute of silence in response to the latest murders due to gender violence
Miguelturra observes a minute of silence in response to the latest murders due to gender violence

For the sexist murders of the last few days

Please note that the permanent customer service telephone numbers are 900100114 and 016. They are free and do not leave a trace on the invoices.

Lanza

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Miguelturra observes a minute of silence in response to the latest murders due to gender violence. It is recalled that the permanent telephone numbers for assistance are 900100114 and 016. They are free and do not leave a trace on the invoices / Lanza

The doors of the Miguelturra Town Hall have welcomed the minute of silence to remember and commemorate women, and to strongly condemn the latest murders due to gender-based and vicarious violence, which raise the number to 19 women and 9 minors in our country so far this year.

The Councillor for Equality, Caridad Sánchez, has read a manifesto in which she has named and remembered the women murdered by alleged violence, among which was the murder, in Cuenca, of a 30-year-old woman and her two children, another in Granada aged 20 and her mother, and another aged 76 in Malaga.

The councillor has read a manifesto on behalf of everyone, “the entire municipal corporation wants to express its absolute condemnation and rejection of these sexist murders, declares Sánchez, and conveys all its support to the families and friends of the victims, while calling for efforts from the administrations to establish effective measures and adequate resources to help eradicate these attacks and murders of women and minors, because as women become more free and autonomous, they attempt against the lives of their daughters and sons in order to inflict as much pain as possible on their mothers”.

“We want to urgently call for unity across society to firmly and resoundingly reject the denialist discourses that weaken victims and empower abusers. Gender-based violence is a real problem that is evident in our society.”

Please note that the permanent customer service telephone numbers are 900100114 and 016. They are free of charge and do not leave a trace on invoices.

 
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