The plenary session of the Chamber of Representatives approved this Thursday the initiative “3 of 3 against violence” promoted by federal deputy Cecilia Patrón to prevent male aggressors or food debtors from reaching a position in the public service.
“I feel extremely proud to be a Yucatecan woman because, after many struggles and battles, the state I represent was the first in the Republic to have a Law 3 of 3 against gender violence. A few months ago I made a commitment to women, girls, and boys and pointed out that I would not stop fighting until Law 3 of 3 became a national reality, and compañeras and compañeros deputies, today this reality can be a national ideal…”.
She indicated, in the country’s highest forum to present his justifications, that the figures in terms of gender violence are alarming since 70 percent of women aged 15 years or older have experienced at least one situation of violence over the years. life span; 49.7 percent of women have experienced some situation of sexual violence and 51.6% have experienced psychological violence.
Regarding minors, according to INEGI data, out of every 10 divorces, seven parents do not comply with the obligation of alimony. A great advance was the creation of the National Registry of Food Obligations; However, it is urgent that these people who owe, that they comply in favor of our Mexican children, that is why they should not hold positions so that they first fulfill their duty.
With this opinion it is achieved that people who have committed crimes against life and bodily integrity; against freedom, normal psychosexual development; or family violence; among other crimes, they are prohibited from certain actions for the sake of the common good, they cannot be registered as candidates for positions of popular election, nor can they be a public servant.
“However, the fund is not the sanction, it is to stop violence against women and the full development of Girls, Boys, and Adolescents. I am convinced that our country needs dignified public servants who are committed to the people, and complying with this means that they are good citizens. I want to clarify that this initiative is not contrary to Human Rights, since it is simply required by law that we have public representatives that respect women and their children,” Cecilia Patrón concluded.
“No aggressor in power!, she exclaimed, let’s celebrate this victory of and for us women; but the most important thing is that together we continue to build a fairer, more egalitarian and inclusive Mexico for everyone, a Mexico of rights and freedoms, a Mexico free of violence and at peace”.
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