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The hypocrisy of Yolanda Díaz and Irene Montero: highlight the "vicarious violence" On father’s day

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The hypocrisy of Yolanda Díaz and Irene Montero: highlight the "vicarious violence" On father’s day

This Wednesday is celebrated in Spain Father’s day (or San José Obrero), and the leftist leaders Yolanda Diaz and Irene Montero They wanted to put the focus on the “vicarious violence” to which, according to them, not enough attention is paid.

These statements are in the same line as the one made by Isabel Díaz Ayuso on March 8 when, during Working Women’s Day, she publicly claimed the problems that affect men to a greater extent.

Policy statements

So much Yolanda Diazsecond vice president and leader of Sumar, as Irene Monteroformer Minister of Equality and now candidate for MEP for Podemos, have made statements through their X accounts for the Father’s day.

Díazfor its part, has pointed out that “Since 2013, there have been 54 minors murdered by vicarious violence“. The vice president also insisted that “every death is a social failure,” and pointed out that “These are not isolated cases” and? “more must be done”.

He ended the tweet by stating that “an abuser can never be a good father”. A few hours later, the leader of Sumar shared a message on the same social network congratulations to your father in which I thanked him for “showing me the right path.”

What Yolanda Díaz did not specifyand as several network users pointed out, they were the filicide datacommitted by motherswhich would not fall under “vicarious violence” because the perpetrators of murder were women.

Irene Montero She also took the opportunity of the designated date to repeat the same slogan as her former party colleague: “An abuser is never a good father,” but added that “That is why the Children’s Law requires the suspension of visitation at the slightest indication of abuse”.

The former spokesperson for the purples, in line with the strategy that her training has been following in recent months to avoid assuming responsibilities, attacked the professionals of the judiciary, declaring that “Judges have to follow the law to save lives” and hails that now “enough of patriarchal justice”.

The “vicarious violence” has been was as part of “sexist or gender violence” with the approval in 2015 of the Childhood and Adolescence Lawalthough this type of filicide It began to be counted in 2013.

This morning we announced the autopsy of the two girls whose father poisoned in Almería, and then tried to take his own life. The man, 35 years old, had a Restraining order that he gave him after being denounced by his partner, who declared that he had suffered physical violence while pregnant.

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