"Not one less" has been the unanimous cry that has been heard today throughout the Spanish geography to demand the end of sexist violence and the rearming of patriarchal violence in the multitudinous demonstrations that have taken place on the International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women.
A day that turns black with a new macho crime: a 44-year-old Senegalese woman and mother of two children, a neighbor of Monzón (Huesca), has been murdered, apparently by her ex-partner, who has already been arrested.
This last victim raises to 45 the women murdered by their partners or ex-partners so far in 2018, a year in which 37 children have been orphaned.
Since 2003, 973 women have been victims of sexist crimes and 27 minors have been murdered since 2013.
To remember all these victims and demand the end of these murders, Spanish society has taken to the streets today.
A large demonstration has intoned in the center of Madrid the "Not one less, we want free" against sexist violence and has demanded that "stop killing women for the simple fact of being".
Twelve thousand people, according to the number given to Efe by the Government Delegation, have marched from the Plaza de Cibeles to the Puerta del Sol, where in the legendary kilometer 0 the organizing groups have demanded that the regime of visits to the abusers be suspended as a precautionary measure, among other claims.
In Barcelona, and under the motto "Together we undermine the patriarchal order", thousands of women summoned by the Feminist November platform have focused their claim "on institutional, legislative, executive and judicial violence", so the end of the march It has been before the Palace of Justice.
In Valencia, thousands of women have denounced a machista aggression that not only kill women and the systematic breach of the measures of protection of the Integral Law against Gender Violence, in addition to asking for the prohibition of prostitution and the bellies for rent and claim the implication of man to end this scourge.
The feminist movement has demolished this November 25 a symbolic wall "against patriarchy" at a rally in Zaragoza in which it has become clear that only the "women's struggle", with the involvement of the entire society, can overthrow it also in reality.
The young people have been the majority in the massive demonstration that has taken place in the center of Palma in which the attending authorities have emphasized the importance of the gender perspective in the work of the State Security Forces and bodies and of the formation and sensitization.
It also highlighted the presence of girls and young boys in the Santander march, in which legal changes have been demanded that protect women and demanded more training of judges.
"The game for sexist violence is over" has been the main slogan chanted by several thousand people in Pamplona, where the Platform of Women Against Sexist Violence has said that they are "fed up" with the patriarchal system, a justice that "blames and revictimiza "and institutions that must" go from words to deeds ".
In Castilla-La Mancha some hundreds of people have shown their repudiation of sexist crimes with concentrations such as Toledo, where a rope of 200 meters with the initials of the victims killed since 2010 has been hung from the balcony of the City Hall.
The appointment in Murcia has gathered thousands of people, who have called for "the eradication of sexist violence and the achievement of real equality", while those attending the protests in Badajoz, Cáceres and Mérida have once again claimed "Basta already "and" Not one more ".
In Las Palmas, the spokeswoman of the Feminist Network of Gran Canaria, Elena Suárez, has stressed that violence against women continues despite political changes and has lamented that "there is a lot of discourse but little economic endowment, and it is necessary that judges and police officers become more aware. "
In Euskadi, several thousand people have mobilized in the three Basque capitals against "patriarchal justice" and against male violence, which has also been rejected by several institutions that have shown their commitment to defending equality to end these aggressions
Thousands of people have demonstrated in the eight Andalusian capitals to protest against sexist crimes in a series of events attended by regional political leaders as they coincide with the electoral campaign for next Sunday's elections.
In Gijón, a thousand people have followed the ceremony held before 972 empty chairs in memory of the women murdered since 2003, while in Oviedo the world of culture has taken center stage with the participation, among others, of the singer Marisa Valle Roso, who has released his song "Títere o esclava".
Family members of Leticia Rosino, the young woman who was murdered last May in the municipality of Castrogonzalo (Zamora), presumably at the hands of a teenager from that town, went to the demonstration in Zamora.
Relatives have claimed that this case is also counted in the statistics as a murder for sexist violence, because although the alleged murderer was not the victim's partner, it was a feminicide and the violence was exercised by the fact of being a woman.