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The PSOE presents a motion to the serious decline in equality suffered by women by the PP cuts (02/03/2017)

The Socialist Municipal Group will ask at the March plenary meeting that the economic items destined to equality and the fight against gender violence be restored to levels similar to 2010, it will also demand the recovery of the Institute of Women as a driving force for equality policies, And will require the implementation of the Regional Equality Observatory with due development of the regulations of the Regional Equality Act.

The Municipal Socialist Group has presented the motion it will defend in the next ordinary plenary session in March, where it will propose proposals to correct the serious setback in equality policies that women are suffering from the harsh and ideological cuts of the PP in each of the Institutions that govern.

Socialist spokeswoman Asun Molina recalls that "Spain is, just behind Cyprus, one of the OECD countries in which inequality has grown most since the beginning of the crisis, and it is no surprise that we are women Those who suffer most cruelly this economic inequality to which we must add gender inequality, which has reopened the gap taking back steps on the progress made with previous governments.

For Molina, "right-wing policies have fulminated necessary agencies and cut to the unbearable limits the economic items necessary for the implementation of effective and effective equality policies and the fight against gender-based violence, as proof that Rajoy has cut a 47 , 6% with respect to the 2009 Budget in these matters.

The socialist spokeswoman believes that "the cuts and inequality have, unfortunately, the face of women, since, according to the IMF in Spain, the number of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion has grown by 23%, and most They are women, with 250,000 female jobs, which means that the destruction of female employment in the public sector reaches 72% and for the first time in 40 years the female working population is falling, in addition to suffering in the foreground the very hard Precariousness and temporary work that has led to the Labor Reform. "

Asun Molina states that "women work 21 hours a week more than men in domestic work." 82% of the main caretakers of children between 0 and 3 years old are mothers, 7.5% are grandmothers and Only 4,8% parents, all of which have and will have other negative effects such as the perception of unemployment benefits lower than men, or an unbearable wage gap, which is even more so in the case of pensions.

From the Municipal Socialist Group, they want the Yecla City Council to focus on parity, co-responsibility, reconciliation of work, family and personal life, elimination of the wage gap, equity in the employment of women who Put an end to the precariousness of their lives.

In order to do so, they propose that economic items destined for equality and combating gender-based violence be restored to levels similar to 2010, and that the Institute for Women should be recuperated as a driving force for equality policies and requiring the implementation Of the Regional Equality Observatory with due development of the regulations of the Regional Equality Act.

Source: PSOE Yecla

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