The Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, has described the pain of Anna and Olivia’s family as “irreparable” and has acknowledged that “I regret not having arrived on time.”
Montero has begun his intervention in an act in Zaragoza of the candidacy of Ione Belarra to lead Podemos remembering the two girls and their mother Beatriz, as well as Juana Rivas and Irune Costumero. “All these women and girls need our embrace and the support of society. They need feminist justice“, has assured.
The head of Equality has indicated that what happened with Anna and Olivia in Tenerife “It’s the tip of the iceberg that ruins and destroys the lives of millions of women. “” There is a very important part of the pain and violence exercised against these girls and women that is irreparable and it weighs on me as a minister that I did not arrive on time, “she lamented.
“There is a patriarchal Justice”
Thus, he has recognized that “there are no words” to explain the pain of mothers like Beatriz and Juana Rivas, who this Friday entered an insertion center to serve his two-and-a-half-year sentence for not having delivered their children to their father. in 2017. Montero has stated that “to prevent abusers from continuing to kill and exert violence against children who are victims of gender violence Juana Rivas must be defended “.
The Minister of Equality considers that “there is a patriarchal justice that penalizes mothers who defend themselves and their children from sexist violence “and, therefore, it is necessary “protect the living” so that they do not end up murdered or “their sons or daughters end up murdered.”
Montero says that the pain of Anna and Olivia’s family “is irreparable” and that “he regrets not having arrived on time”
“Juana Rivas must be defended because there is a patriarchal Justice that penalizes mothers who defend themselves and their children from violence” pic.twitter.com/ouyk2hY91a
– Europa Press (@europapress) June 11, 2021
“We did not arrive on time”
Irene Montero has valued public policies “to repair the damage caused and prevent this from continuing to happen” in Spain, focusing on the new Children’s Law, that will come into force on June 24. “This law fulfills two demands of the feminist movement and of women: the parental alignment syndrome ban and the suspension of the visitation regime in the event of any mistreatment, “he explained.
Along these lines, Montero has pointed out that “while she is a minister” she will recognize the “enormous usefulness” of all the tools that exist to prevent sexist violence and what happened in Tenerife with Anna and Olivia. However, he has recognized that “we are not arriving on time “ there where it is necessary. “You have to scrutinize every last millimeter to always arrive on time and for all women, especially the most vulnerable,” he said.
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“There are no words to accompany Beatriz in these moments of terrible pain. This violence that is used against women mothers to hit where it hurts the most is a matter of State. We are here for whatever it takes. No more #wrote on his Twitter profile.
There are no words to accompany Beatriz in these moments of terrible pain. This violence that is used against women mothers to strike where it hurts the most is a matter of the State. We are here for whatever it takes. No more #ViolenceVicaria
– Irene Montero (@IreneMontero) June 10, 2021