Demonstrations for 8M live: feminist strike for Women's Day in Spain

Feminism takes to the streets this March 8, International Women’s Daywith multiple demonstrations throughout Spain. Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Granada and other Spanish cities will host demonstrations on the occasion of 8M. We tell you live the last hour of the demonstrations for Women’s Day throughout Spain.

Demonstrations for 8M, live

Gamarra says that the Government “is not feminist”

The PP spokesperson in Congress, Cuca Gamarrahas ensured that the Government of Pedro Sanchez “It cannot be called a feminist” due to the law that only yes is yes, which has caused more than 700 sentence reductions for sexual offenders so far, and for “putting itself in profile” in the case of Tito Bernialluding to the corruption plot that involves the PSOE with the parties with prostitutes and cocaine in which the former deputy participated today Juan Bernardo Fuentes Curbeloknown as Tito Berni.

This was stated by Gamarra this Wednesday during the government control session in the Lower House.

Sánchez will not attend the Montero act

The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchezdoes not plan to attend this Wednesday the institutional act with which the Ministry of Equality of Irene Montero commemorates 8M, International Women’s Day. Yes, the leadership led by Montero will participate.

La Moncloa has made Sánchez’s agenda public after the vote held in the plenary session of Congress this Tuesday, in which the PSOE carried out its proposal to reform the law of only yes is yes with the support of the PP and the opposition of Podemos, partners in the coalition government. The last two years, Sánchez and Montero had participated together in this institutional act.

The PP charges against the “insolvency” of Montero

The PP has issued an institutional declaration on the occasion of 8M, International Women’s Day, in which it attacks the “intellectual insolvency” of the Ministry of Gender Equality Irene Montero for him “fiasco of his law of only yes is yes»which has so far resulted in more than 700 sex offender sentence reductions.

«We demand that the Government of Spain and President Pedro Sánchez explain to women, girls and the whole of Spanish society why, after the fiasco of his law on only yes is yesdid not stop the even more damaging ‘Trans Law’, also drawn up from the intellectual insolvency and legal incompetence of an arrogant team from the Ministry of Equality, with the consent of the entire Council of Ministers”, stresses the formation of Alberto Núñez Feijóo.

Demonstration for the 8M in Madrid

In Madrid there are 43 demonstrations called on the occasion of Women’s Day, however the main one will be the one that starts on the Paseo del Prado from 7:00 p.m.

The 8M demonstration in Madrid starts on the Paseo del Pradoat Juan de Mena street, and continue along Alcalá street and Gran Vía to Plaza de España. It will start at 7:00 p.m. and is expected to last several hours, so anyone who wants to can join later along the tour.

The nearest metro station The starting point of the demonstration for Women’s Day in Madrid is Banco de España, with line 2.

Demonstration for the 8M in Barcelona

The 8M feminist demonstration in Barcelona It will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will do so in Plaza Universitat. It will continue along Gran Vía, Paseo de Sant Joan, Paseo de Lluís Companys and it will end in Ciutadella Park.

Demonstration for the 8M in Valencia

The demonstration of Valencia for the 8M It will begin at 7:00 p.m. from Plaza Porta del Mar. It will continue along Calle Colón, Calle Xátiva, Avenida Marqués de Sotelo, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Calle Sant Vicent and will end in Plaza de la Reina.

Demonstration in Bilbao for the 8M

At 7:00 p.m. the demonstration for Women’s Day will begin in Bilbao. The tour will begin at the Plaza del Sagrado Corazón and end at the Bilbao City Hall.

The best songs to celebrate 8M

If you want to celebrate International Women’s Day with joy, here we bring you the best songs to listen to this 8M.

  1. If I were a boyo – Beyoncé
  2. She drinks
  3. Learn to fly – Patricia Sosa
  4. Live without fear – Live Quintana
  5. Courage – Natalia Oreiro
  6. The purple door – Rozalén
  7. Business Woman – Nathy Peluso
  8. The Man – Taylor Swift
  9. Respect – Aretha Franklin
  10. Nanai – Mala Rodríguez

Why is the 8M celebrated?

He origin of 8M It is set in New York in 1857 when hundreds of women workers in the textile industry demonstrated in search of equal pay with respect to their male colleagues and in order to achieve better working conditions. However, the protests ended with the death of 120 workers who were assassinated, thus giving rise to the first feminist demonstration.

For its part, the UN considers that the origin of 8M goes back to 1848 when the suffragettes Elizabeth Cady Standon and Lucretia Mott gathered hundreds of people in a demonstration against slavery in New York.

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