The feminist movement has called concentrations tonight at 10 p.m. in front of the town halls of towns and cities throughout the country after the spike in sexist murders and the discovery of the body of little Olivia on the Canary coast.
The body found at the bottom of the sea is that of the oldest of the sisters kidnapped in Tenerife
"We are going to throw it away", "not one less", "if they touch one of us, they touch us all" are the slogans of this "emergency call", which was launched after it was found at the bottom of the mar the body of the 6-year-old minor kidnapped by her father and meeting the murder of a minor under 17 years of age in Martín de la Jara (Seville) at the hands of her ex-partner.
Since the end of the state of alarm, a rebound in femicides has been registered: the Government Delegation against Gender Violence has confirmed the sexist nature of the murders of nine women and one minor, more than half of all the murders perpetrated in the 2021.
So far this year, 17 women and two minors have been murdered in gender-based crimes. 1,095 women have been fatalities of sexist violence in the sphere of intimacy since 2003 and 39 minors have been murdered by their fathers or their mothers' partners or ex-partners since 2013. These statistics still do not include little Olivia or the youngest of 17 years assassinated in Seville, Rocío Caíz.