An approximate thousand people gathered yesterday afternoon in the Plaza de las Mujeres de Soria to reject sexist violence after the murder that occurred during the early morning hours in the capital of Soria when one of her neighbors, 36 years old, was murdered stabbed by her sentimental partner during an argument.
The concentration began with five minutes of applause in memory of the victim, after which the family addressed the attendees to thank the support received during the day today and declare that they had felt "very supported." All of them wore a T-shirt bearing the slogan 'We want each other alive, free and without fear' and, after the applause, a respectful minute of silence was observed for all the victims of this scourge.
"On Sunday he told her to leave the house," he revealed in statements collected by Ical, assuring that he introduced the man to the family "as a friend" and that today's is "the outcome of the women who do not count anything", already that as a family they did not know “what was happening”. "We find out now, in the worst way," she lamented, thanking in any case the support of the Sorianos for being "comforting."
"We are a family of Venezuelans of 42 people who came here to work and it is not fair that it happened," concluded the victim's cousin, who in any case wanted to state that the alleged murderer "does not represent us as a community," while the victim does, who had an eight-year-old daughter and who she defined as "a selfless, warrior mother who lived for her daughter."