Benidorm keeps a minute of silence in memory of the woman murdered in Astorga
The Town Hall of Benidorm has kept a minute of silence in memory of the latest victim of sexist violence in Spain. With the mayor, Toni Pérez, and the councilwomen of Equality, Paquita Ripoll, in the lead, representatives of different political groups, public workers, members of social associations and neighbors have shown their strongest rejection of this social scourge.
Yesterday, Tuesday, July 24, in the Santa Colomba neighborhood of Astorga (León), a 63-year-old woman died as a result of a shot fired at her by her husband, who was a 69 years old. A neighbor was also wounded in the act. find out of danger. The National Police has arrested the alleged murderer and he has already gone to court.
With this, 23 women have already lost their lives so far in 2018 due to gender violence in Spain and 14 minors have been orphaned.
Since the Councillorship of Equality has been recalled, once again, the existence of the toll-free telephone number against gender violence, the 016, which leaves no trace on the telephone bill.