Victoria Rosell does not see the need to introduce a transitional provision to avoid lowering the sentences for sexual abusers
Podemos closes ranks in its defense of the law on sexual freedoms, better known as ‘only yes is yes’, and ensures that in the Government all the ministers and the president “are one.” The Government delegate for Gender Violence, Victoria Rosell, has requested this Friday from the headquarters of the Ministry of Equality “prudence” in the face of the trickle of revisions of downward sentences for sexual abusers that are taking place these days and that, she believes , “can generate social alarm.” For this reason, she has asked for “calm” until the Supreme Court rules on the rule.
The judge maintains that “the problem” is not in the law, but in its application by the judges and maintains that it is not necessary to introduce any transitory provision, as some jurists and other partners of the Government have already suggested, since, she recognizes , “we took it for granted that the 2015 one would be worth it, and it is still valid”. Although the purples have lowered their tone in recent hours and no longer publicly accuse the judges of “machismo”, she does consider that many of them have taken the norm “in a simplistic way”.
The second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, who had remained silent these days, has aligned herself with the theses of United We Can and also calls for “prudence” until the Supreme Court rules on the new criminal doctrine. The Galician leader, who this afternoon has an act of Sumar, her political platform, in Elche, has avoided answering, on the other hand, the questions of whether she believes that the judges have erred in their interpretation of the law of ‘only yes is yes’ ‘.
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