This is stated by the Executive in the response that has been sent to the leader of Podemos and deputy of the confederate group Juanma del Olmo who asked the Government how it thought to include the gender and intersectional perspective in the reform of a law that has just turned 11 .
Del Olmo had to raise this question twice to the Government because in his first response, last October, the Ministry of Justice was limited to reproduce a paragraph with words of the Minister, Dolores Delgado, on the general lines of the announced reform after the arrival of Pedro Sánchez to La Moncloa.
The United Podemos deputy returned to the charge claiming the Government not only a commitment to promote reform with a gender perspective, but also taking into account that the Franco regime "discriminated and oppressed brutally, sexist and racist" not only women , but also to the LGTBI collective and ethnic minorities.
In its second response, collected by Europa Press, Justice has made it clear that the reform of the law will be made with "gender perspective" but without advancing anything regarding the other concerns raised by Del Olmo on the repression against gays, lesbians, transsexuals or gypsy people.
"The gender perspective will be present in the planned reform", guarantees the Executive, which also advances that one of its objectives will be "to encourage investigations aimed at deepening on the repression suffered by women on the Civil War and the dictatorship, contemplating violence physical, psychological and political exercised against them because of gender, as well as the strategies of resistance deployed by them ".