Córdoba, (EFE).- The Government delegate in Andalusia, Pedro Fernández, confirmed this Thursday that the murder of a woman in Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz) last Tuesday is a new case of sexist violence.
In statements to journalists, after visiting the Córdoba airport, Fernández has “ratified” that the death of a woman from La Línea is a case of sexist violence since “it was as a consequence of the action of the man who also appears dead in the same address”.
“A sexist murder in this specific case that is already confirmed”, so it is “the third victim so far this year in Andalusia, the second in the province of Cádiz, and the seventh nationwide”, has added the government delegate.
For this reason, Fernández has reiterated the need to have the “maximum forcefulness in terms of reproach and recognition of a sexist violence” that is “distinct and different” since “it is done against women for the mere fact of being women.”
Double suicide in Jaén
On the other hand, regarding the case of the couple found dead in Villanueva del Arzobispo (Jaén), Fernández has indicated that “based on the indications that exist right now, absolutely nothing can be concluded”, although the fact that the weapon “is in hands of the deceased” could point to a “double suicide”.
Even so, he has indicated that “all possibilities are open but they point more to the fact that it was a double suicide and not a case of gender violence.” EFE