Gallardo assures that the Junta de Castilla y León will be "in front" of the Abortion Law

The Vice President of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo, replied yesterday to Ángela Rodríguez, current Secretary of State for Equality and Against Gender Violence, that they will have the Board "opposite" after the approval of the bill to reform the Abortion Law by the Council of Ministers.

Gallardo assures that the Junta de Castilla y León will be "in front" of the Abortion Law

The Vice President of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo, replied yesterday to Ángela Rodríguez, current Secretary of State for Equality and Against Gender Violence, that they will have the Board "opposite" after the approval of the bill to reform the Abortion Law by the Council of Ministers. García-Gallardo positioned himself along the lines of his party, Vox, which has already rejected the norm at the state level and responded emphatically to Ángela Rodríguez: "You will have the Junta de Castilla y León in front of you." Through the social network Twitter, the Secretary of State had highlighted that abortion could be carried out "in the public for all, without over and without reflection, with compulsory sexual education, free and state-of-the-art contraception and finally, menstrual health!" !”

“We are making history again. Feminists, congratulations. This

Among the hundreds of replies that García-Gallardo received was that of the Citizens Attorney and former Vice President of the Board, Francisco Igea, who asked ironically if "this matter has been discussed in the Governing Council."

Last week the spokesman for the Board, Carlos Fernández Carriedo, asked the Government to maintain the "social consensus" and not use elements included in this rule as a "distraction issue".

On the other hand, the Secretary for Women and Equality of the CCOO Castilla y León, Yolanda Martín, confided yesterday in Valladolid that the draft bill on abortion represents a "step forward" so that interruptions of pregnancy become widespread in public hospitals in the Community. Not in vain, she assured that, until now, only two Sacyl complexes offered the possibility of abortion, which implied the transfer of many women to other provinces or going to concentrated centers or private clinics.

On the occasion of the presentation of a campaign in Workers' Commissions to convert workplaces into safe spaces for LGTBI people, Martín pointed out that state law will require a registry of hospitals and personnel assigned to carry out this type of intervention. "It is a right that should reach more women," she said.


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