San Sebastián (EFE).- The PP spokesman for the campaign committee, Borja Sémper, has extended his hand to the Government to urgently change “the so-called ‘law of only yes is yes'”, and has opined that “whoever He has to go out, it’s not the sexual offenders, but the Minister of Equality”, Irene Montero.
Sémper made these statements to journalists this Sunday in San Sebastián before participating in the tribute that took place in the Polloe cemetery in memory of the PP councilor Gregorio Ordóñez, shot dead by ETA 28 years ago.
The leader of the PP has referred to the possibility that the organic law for the comprehensive guarantee of sexual freedom, known as the “only yes is yes” law, undergoes changes to reverse the lowering of sentences for sexual offenders.
Sémper has said that the need to change this rule has become “a clamor in Spain” and has opined that if it is not done it is because of “the internal balances that exist in the Government of the nation.”
“This is unacceptable and we have to change this law now,” Sémper urged, while recalling that the PP has presented in Congress a “proposal of law to modify the negative aspects of the norm, fundamentally those that affect the reductions in sentences for those convicted of sexual assaults.
Sémper has accused the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, of not wanting to “confront Podemos”, a party that, in his opinion, “lives in the absence of humility and the ability to rectify”.
He has said that “the partridge cannot be dizzy anymore” since, as he has pointed out, there are “close to 300 sexual offenders who have already benefited in one way or another” by the effects of the regulations.
In his opinion, “who has to go out on the streets are not the sexual offenders but the Minister of Equality” due to a law that supposes “a second victimization for women.” “The damage is already done. That’s true. It is about not continuing », she added.
Sémper has referred, on the other hand, to the controversy generated by the abortion protocol announced by the vice president of the Junta de Castilla y Léon, Juan García Gallardo, and has opined that the representative of Vox is “far removed from reasonable policies and sensible.”
«You cannot make senseless partisanship with a matter such as the voluntary interruption of pregnancy that affects tens of thousands of families. A debate cannot be deployed in such an irresponsible and frivolous way”, she concluded.