On May 9, Spain came out of the state of alarm after months of restrictions to control the pandemic and images of groups celebrating the last night with a curfew and closed borders went viral. That same day a 60-year-old woman was murdered in Sagunt (Valencia) at the hands of her partner, for whom she had a protection order. María Soledad became the ninth mortal victim of sexist violence so far this year and inaugurated an accelerated list that in recent weeks has led to a rebound in murders: one every three days; More than half of the cases since January 1, 2021 have occurred in the last month and a half. The death of an 81-year-old woman murdered by her husband in Madrid this Tuesday it has raised the statistic to twelve women and one child. To all this we must add the cases of Ana and Olivia, the two sisters from Tenerife.
ANALYSIS | Olivia was six years old and is also a victim of sexist violence