The Government, through the mouth of its second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, apologized on Tuesday to people who have been victims of mistreatment or abuse when they were minors and to whom the draft bill for the protection of children approved this Tuesday does not go to be able to help. “I show you the commitment of this Government so that what happened to them never happens to children again of our country, “said Iglesias.
The Council of Ministers gave the green light this Tuesday at the beginning of the processing of a norm that has been elaborated by the Second Vice Presidency with the collaboration of the Ministries of Interior, Justice and Education, and that the Government intends for it to be approved by the fast track in Congress seeking “consensus” with the rest of the parties, according to Iglesias. “Ideology does not have to separate us when it comes to having a norm to protect children”asked the vice president.
Iglesias assured that “child abuse” is something that, in addition to causing immediate suffering, can “condition the lives of people when they are adults,” and stated that it is the mission of the State to prevent such violence against minors from occurring and punish her. “I want to apologize to the victims of this execrable violence for which we are late, “lamented the leader.