Javier lost his mother and his sister. Is the legal guardian of his two nephews to his 39 years. Does not give name or place of origin. "We are in the north of Spain", is the only thing that clarifies. Wants to protect the children. The trial of his brother-in-law for a murder macho is still pending. The killed two and burned the house. This Tuesday, Javier has spoken of his history with queen Letizia at the Zarzuela Palace. We have counted as in full mourning,with the world uphill, there is that take on the bureaucracy and it is difficult to get ahead. Letizia has heard: "Is involved with the gender-based violence, knew of our concern," says he.
Javier is one of the 18 people that have gone to the actual reception. In the procession were other relatives of the murdered and the board of the Foundation of Women and the Scholarship Fund Soledad Cazorla, dedicated to helping the children of women killed by male violence.
The queen has listened to all of the family, has moved its support so that there are no setbacks against male violence and is committed to help them in their demands. Javier has moved a petition so close to and painful for your family as the State does not recognize as a victim to his father, because it only protects women and their children, not other family members. After some procedures that were not easy, she acknowledged the orphanhood of his nephews, who as victims of gender-based violence corresponds to a pension, even though you have been told the queen that has not yet come to all the orphans, because it is not automatic. Letizia "is committed to bring to Parliament some of the requests and try to help to the extent that she can," says Javier to the phone upon receipt.
the president of The Foundation Women, Marisa Soleto, has thanked the queen that the families "can have it". "We has moved its concern that the policies against gender-based violence would necessarily have to keep moving forward and not to let certain political positions could harm that progress in the protection of the victims," he said in reference to Vox, who denies the existence of the specific violence against women. The promoter of the Scholarship Fund, Joaquin Tagar, added to the queen is "surprising that in this moment there is no consensus" about a problem of the depth of violence against women. The Scholarship Fund is Soledad Cazorla, who has raised about € 90,000 from 2016, goes to about thirty families.
Soledad Cazorla, who died in 2015 and who was the wife of Tagar, was the first prosecutor of the room against the violence on women, one of the issues to which more attention devoted to queen Letizia in its institutional activity.Updated Date: 14 January 2020, 22:00