Equality condemns a new murder of gender violence in Aznalcóllar, Seville

The Ministry of Equality condemns a new murder for gender violence confirmed today in Aznalcóllar, province of Seville. This is a 43-year-old woman who was shot last night with a long gun. The alleged author, his 51-year-old spouse, subsequently committed suicide with a shot. The victim had a minor daughter and son and there is no record of previous complaints against the alleged perpetrator of gender-based violence.

The Minister of Equality, Irene Montero and the Government delegate against Gender Violence, Victoria Rosell, have expressed their most absolute condemnation and rejection for this new macho murder in Andalusia and all their support for the families and friends of the victims. "Violence has gender. Denying discrimination and structural violence against women, undermining their credibility, puts victims who are alive at risk," Rosell said, "the fight against sexist violence is a state policy. vital priority, literally, and involves all citizens. "

Faced with this new murder, both the Ministry of Equality and the Government Delegation against Gender Violence want to reaffirm their strong will to fight against machismo and against structural inequality to guarantee the rights of all people. Both the Government Delegation against Gender Violence and the Ministry of Equality will not stop until they get it and insist: we want each other alive.

As the Government delegate against Gender Violence announced in her last appearance, an institutional appearance will be held on the first Thursday of each month to assess the situation of sexist violence in Spain and the policies that are being carried out.

The Ministry of Equality, through the Government Delegation against Gender Violence, also wishes to recall the existence of the Telephone Information and Legal Advice Service on Gender Violence, through the speed dial phone number 016.

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