The Student Union, the same organization that organized the escrache against the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, at the Complutense University, has demonstrated on the occasion of 8M, Women’s Day, without making any mention of Minister Irene Montero and her Law of the only yes is yes that has lowered the sentence for more than 730 sexual offenders.
In their day they protested against Ayuso, a woman in a position of responsibility, and today they come to shout against the patriarchy and the macho but they have nothing to say that the Government of PSOE and Podemos has carried out a norm that releases and reduces sentences for rapists and pedophiles. “We come to defend women’s rights,” says a protester when Cake Minuesa He asks about the protest.
The OKDIARIO collaborator does not fit in his astonishment. He doesn’t understand why none of the women are protesting against the Minister of Equality. The eternal leader of the Union, Ana García, a 36-year-old woman, comes to confess that They are not going to demonstrate against Montero, which in any case will do so “against the Francoist judges who reduce the sentences.” Cake replies that the majority of judges are judges, to which the unionist replies: “Yes, there are many Francoist women, look at Ayuso who heads the Community of Madrid and is one of them.”
The protesters have bought the speech to Irene Montero. They brand judges as “Francoists” and blame them for the releases and sentence reductions of sexual offenders. But not a word about a government that has passed a law that is allowing those benefits for rapists. “Judges and prosecutors are also guilty!” has been one of the chanted slogans.
One of the young protesters confesses to Cake that “releasing rapists is unfair” but defends the Minister of Equality at all costs: “I know that Irene Montero despite that keep fighting So that there is justice for us, now she is going to fight.