The events occurred in front of a very busy supermarket and the alleged murderer was arrested two hours later.
The Court of Violence number 1 of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has ordered the
admission to provisional prison, communicated and without bailof the man who allegedly stabbed to death last Friday his ex-partner, a 34-year-old woman, on a street in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
The man, who
he was arrested the same day of the crimehas accepted his right not to testify before the magistrate of the aforementioned court, the Canary Islands Superior Court of Justice reported this Monday.
The magistrate, who is investigating him for the crime of murder, has ordered the entry into prison of this man, who apparently
He is the ex-boyfriend of the 34-year-old woman who was stabbed in the Extension of Ramón y Cajal shortly before three in the afternoon last Friday.
The events occurred in front of a very busy supermarket at that time and the alleged murderer, who fled the scene, was arrested two hours later at his home by agents of the National Police and the Local Police,
without putting up resistance.
The woman did not die on the spot.
The woman did not die on the spot, she was treated at the scene by personnel from the Canarian Emergency Service and by a doctor and a nurse from the Doctor Guigou Health Center, very close to the scene, and
She was later transferred to La Candelaria Hospital, where he died shortly after.
The Government Delegation against Gender Violence confirmed on Monday the sexist nature of this woman's murder, with which the number of victims killed by their partners or ex-partners
it rises to 26 in 2022 and to 1,156 since 2003.
As confirmed on Twitter by the Government Delegation, the victim, stabbed last Friday in a central street in Santa Cruz de Tenerife presumably by her ex-partner,
He had no minor sons or daughters.
Furthermore, it explains that
there were no previous complaints against the alleged aggressorwho fled the scene after the attack and was arrested two hours later at his home by agents of the National Police and the Local Police without offering any resistance.
Fight against sexist violence
President of the Government, Pedro Sánchezhas expressed all the love for the victim's family and the firmness of the Executive in the fight against sexist violence.
«He was 34 years old, he died from the stab wounds that his ex-partner inflicted on him in the heart of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It is the sexist violence that
day after day he snatches the lives of women. We will remain firm in this fight«, indicates Sánchez on Twitter.
On the morning of this Monday, public administrations from all over the archipelago have convened
concentrations of rejection against this death for sexist violence, the second of the year in the Canary Islands.