A 60-year-old woman who was found dead at her home in San Fernando (Cádiz) on June 3 is the 1005th fatality victim of sexist violence since the murders began in 2003, the government reported.
The Government Delegation for Gender Violence has confirmed this Wednesday that this victim, who had denounced his assailant, brings to 29 the number of murdered by their partners or ex-partners so far in 2019, in addition to the two cases that remain in research.
Only in five of those 29 murders was there a complaint about the aggressor: 17.2% of the cases. So far this year, 19 children have been orphaned as a result of sexist crimes, 250 since 2013.
In addition, there are 28 children killed by their parents or the partners or ex-partners of their mothers since 2013.
The acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and the Vice President, Carmen Calvo, have lamented this new crime.
"It is confirmed that the woman found dead at her home in San Fernando on June 3 was murdered by her partner, criminal machismo does not let up, we will continue to denounce and fight gender violence from all fronts until we end it. one less, "Sánchez has written on Twitter.
For his part, Calvo has sent his condolences to the family and friends of the victim and has stressed that "a democratic society can not allow" that 1,005 women are already killed by gender violence.
The 016 serves all victims of sexist violence 24 hours a day and in 51 different languages.
Minors can also contact the ANAR Foundation telephone number 20 20 20 10, and citizens who witness any aggression should call 112.
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