It would appear that the debate regarding the bogus Castilla y León pregnancy assistance protocol has not yet been settled. The Sánchez government, eager to capitalize on the rift between the PP and Vox, has published a statement claiming success in getting the Junta to fix the problem again today.
On the issue of abortion, he is aware that he has retreated. They note, “The regional executive has formally cooperated with the request made,” and they elaborate that this “supposes an official rectification of the intention first declared by the government of Castilla y León to proceed as announced on January 12 and confirmed in subsequent days.”
Alfonso Fernández Maueco, president of the Junta de Castilla y León, has reacted to this claim, noting that he alone determines the community’s official government stance.
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There is no more argument; what remains is a fraud, a crude manipulation, a deception by Sánchez, he declared, taking his position as president of the Junta de Castilla y León.
Health does not plan to impose any additional portfolio on health practitioners with the express purpose of deactivating the abortion law, as PP and Vox would have reconciled their differences and made clear.
Measures aimed at expanding access to prenatal care are now under development. Meanwhile, Sánchez’s top administrator has issued a warning that the area would be under intense surveillance to guarantee compliance with state legislation.
If you disagree with me, take it to the Supreme Court. Sánchez’s deception has been exposed today. They planned to employ it as a diversionary tactic. She continues, “Women are worried that over 200 sexual offenders have been let back into the community.”
The yes-is-yes law
The Junta de Castilla y León has issued a stern warning that it will not remain silent on the issue of sexual assault against women, and is currently using the drafting of a regional statute to combat gender-based violence as an opportunity to research and evaluate procedures to better protect victims.
It’s possible that we’ll need to take extreme measures to safeguard these women. They tell us they feel re-victimized,” Isabel Blanco, minister of family, added.
To reach women who feel “revictimized” by the so-called state law, the Junta de Castilla y León is studying to introduce it to reinforce its new law on Gender Violence, which is currently in process. This includes psychological support measures and a review of women’s risk ratings in the Viogén system.
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