The VOX deputies in the General Meeting of the Principality, Ignacio Blanco and Sara Álvarez Rouco, announced today that they have sent the Asturian Parliament an Institutional Declaration on the occasion of the Day Against Violence against Women in front of the document transferred by the Socialist Parliamentary Group.
The declaration sent by the VOX Parliamentary Group refers to article 14 of our Constitution that establishes the principle of equality among all Spaniards and offers the legal guarantee that men and women have the same rights. For this reason, from VOX we demand that the Asturian Parliament and all the political parties represented "reiterate on November 25 their commitment to end any manifestation of violence against women and against any man, child or elderly person." At VOX, the deputies explain, “we condemn any attack against this constitutional principle on the basis of birth, sex, age, race or ideology. And, furthermore, we declare the need to defend any victim of violence and to equally condemn aggressors and murderers, be they men or women ”.
From our Parliamentary Group we consider that “some political parties and associations have instrumentalized girls and women through laws that collectivize and victimize them, presenting them as a homogeneous group, oppressed and incapable of fending for itself. These power groups try to divide society into exclusive groups with opposing interests, confronting the population to achieve their partisan interests ”.
In this sense, we defend that “in the attempt to create this war between the sexes, the Gender Violence Law emerged, which ends the presumption of innocence and discriminates against men for the mere fact of being so. A law that, moreover, has been ineffective in reducing the number of women murdered at the hands of their partners, while it has abandoned groups such as lesbian women attacked by their partners, also women ”.
Thus, on November 25, the VOX Asturias Parliamentary Group urges the General Board of the Principality of Asturias to be together with all those people who have been victims of violence. Especially – Ignacio Blanco and Sara Álvarez Rouco continue – “we want to remember those women and girls who have been abandoned by sectarian feminism, for not being useful for its demands”. “We raise our voices for the girls, minors, protected in the Balearic Islands who have been sexually exploited with the complicit silence of an unworthy government. Also for all those women who have suffered sexual violence at the hands of herds under the complicit silence of parties and associations that have kept silent when they saw the nationality of the aggressors. We also condemn the attacks on women in politics for having expressed their ideas in demonstrations, universities or political events and which radical feminism has not wanted to defend ”, they declare.
For all these reasons, VOX Asturias has sent an Institutional Declaration for which it claims the support of the rest of the parliamentary groups in the General Meeting of the Principality, a document that condemns “any violent attack carried out against any person regardless of their sex, age or ideology. "; rejects the collectivization and victimization of women, as well as the criminalization of men for the fact of being, and vindicates Western culture based on equality in the ways of life that treat women as inferior to men.

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