Married says it would be "irresponsible" to repeal the permanent prison

Married says it would be "irresponsible" to repeal the permanent prison

Albacete, Dec. 30.- The president of the PP, Pablo Casado, has assured today that it is "irresponsible" to propose the repeal of the permanent prison reviewable, a penalty that responds to the "social clamor of measures that prevent atrocious crimes" such as those of Laura Luelmo or Diana Quer.

In his speech at the presentation of candidates for the elections of next May, Casado recalled that a year ago appeared in Galicia the body of the young Diana Quer and that the confessed murderer of Professor Laura Luelmo asked not to they will leave the prison.

"Both Diana's family, as fathers and mothers of victims of execrable crimes, ask us to maintain the permanent prison reviewed by the PP alone and want to repeal all other parties," he stressed.

Married has ensured that this type of penalty is in force "in some of the most developed countries of our environment and is fully proportional" and is not "an eye for an eye, just justice."

The popular leader also recalled the young Marta del Castillo, whose body has not yet been recovered ten years after his death, and has asked that his party will ask to expand the assumptions of the reviewable permanent prison to include the "murder" with concealment of a corpse, for example. "

Faced with this position of the PP, "the left says that we must put more protection for women," said Casado, who has asked if it is "escorted out to dinner, do not come home late."

Thus, in front of those who think that "it is a problem of women", their party maintains that it is "of criminals and victims, of people who should never die and of people who should never leave prison until they are reinserted."


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