The Table of the Parliament of Andalusia, in which the PP, Citizens and Vox have a majority, has denied this Wednesday the ultra-rightist party's request to know the identity of all workers destined in the units of struggle against gender violence. All political groups represented in the Chamber, except Vox, in addition to the Andalusian Government, had expressed their rejection of this request made by the deputy Francisco Serrano, who argued that there are "unqualified and ideological professionals who influence" judicial decisions in this matter.
Serrano had requested the number of members of their respective professional associations, "if they were registered in them with the review of said professional associations, and of all the psychologists, social workers and forensic doctors" who provide or have rendered services in those departments. between 2012 and 2019. It would be employees in psychosocial teams of the Family and Juvenile Courts that evaluate the risk suffered by victims of sexist violence, the possibility of recidivism of the aggressor and who should have custody of the minor.
The request has therefore not been qualified or accepted for processing by the Parliament's Bureau, which has taken into account the possibility that the proposal collides with the Data Protection Law, according to parliamentary sources.
Before knowing the decision of the Bureau, the deputy spokesman of Vox, Rodrigo Alonso, has affirmed that if the rejection took place, his group would choose to request the data "of another way, asking only the professional profiles" and not the identities. According to Alonso, the ultra party would be worthy to announce "the degree and experience" and not the names and surnames -as had been requested- of those who fulfill that task, a task that "can not do anybody".