Home News Madrid denounces to the Ministry of Equality that six sexual offenders change their sex to avoid the Law on Sexist Violence

Madrid denounces to the Ministry of Equality that six sexual offenders change their sex to avoid the Law on Sexist Violence

0
Madrid denounces to the Ministry of Equality that six sexual offenders change their sex to avoid the Law on Sexist Violence

The municipal points of the Gender Violence Observatory of the region have detected that Male people who appear in the system as alleged sexual offenders have requested a sex registry change with the purpose of circumventing the Law on Comprehensive Protection Measures against Gender Violence.

From the Ministry of Family, Youth and Social Affairs, There would be up to six cases in which the alleged sexual offenders have requested a sex changenow female, to try to evade the Sexist Violence Law and try to access the same center where their victims are cared for.

Counselor Ana Dávila has alerted the Minister of Equality, Ana Redondo, of these events in a letter dated last Monday the 18th and has asked him to tell them “the way to proceed” so that the integrity of victims of violence is not endangered and that discrimination is avoided.

In Dávila’s letter to Redondo, the counselor of the Government of Isabel Díaz Ayuso warns that “some of the victims of violence are being treated at the same municipal point that their attacker intends to access. A circumstance that endangers both the victims as well as professionals, and the protection system is at risk.

For this reason, the Minister of Social Affairs tells the minister in the text that these cases show that “it is evident that Law 4/2023 (for Trans and LGTBi Equality) approved by your Government does not resolve the issues raised.”

Ministry sources have indicated that they have not yet obtained a response from the Minister of Equality. According to the document that collects the information on these cases, in the Community of Madrid at least three cases of alleged aggressors of women who, being registered in the VIOGEN monitoring system, have changed their sex under the new Trans Law 4/2023 and have requested access to a care point for women victims of violence.

None of the three requests have had to be attended to at the moment but these situations are causing stress and anxiety in some workers, who fear possible attacks.

Specifically, one of the cases has been registered in Madrid capital, another in Coslada and the third has been registered in Pozuelo de Alarcón, where another alleged aggressor already declared a woman on her ID has requested to be treated at the same municipal point where His ex-partner was being treated.

In addition, these points of the Viogén system have detected at least three other cases in the last year in the Commonwealth of Sierra Oeste.

In two of them, the alleged aggressor changed his sex on his ID, which will prevent the violence he may exert in the future from being substantiated through a judicial procedure of gender violence.

In the third case, when the woman attacked by her partner, an alleged sexual offender, When she filed a complaint with the police, she was informed that he had already changed his registered sex to female, so they could not consider the complaint as a case of gender violence.

Finally, in Móstoles, Velilla de San Antonio and in the Intermunicipal Commonwealth of the Southeast (MISECAM), several men who have changed their registered sex to female are asking for information about aid to victims of gender violence.

source