The second vice president of the Government and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, showed her support for women who are victims of sexist violence at the Feroz Awards. She emphasized the government’s commitment to rejecting sexist violence in all areas, including cinema, sports, law, and cleanliness. Díaz also stated that it is time to put an end to sexist violence.
Minister of Culture, Ernest Urtasun, also expressed the government’s support for any public complaint of abuse of power and sexual violence. He highlighted the importance of centering women’s testimonies and supporting them in their decisions.
According to an investigation published by El País, three women in the audiovisual sector have claimed to have suffered “sexual violence” by the Spanish filmmaker Carlos Vermut, who won the San Sebastián Golden Shell with ‘Magical Girl’ (2014).
The government of Spain is taking a stand against sexist violence and is committed to supporting women who have been victims of abuse. It is important to listen to women’s testimonies and provide them with the necessary support.
Yolanda Díaz and Ernest Urtasun’s statements at the Feroz Awards highlight the government’s dedication to addressing and ending sexist violence in all areas of society. It is crucial to support and believe women who come forward with their experiences of abuse and to take action to prevent further instances of sexual violence. The government’s stance on this issue sends a powerful message about the need to prioritize the safety and well-being of women in Spain.
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