Gijón (EFE) ” than that of the victims.
“I am sure that an agreement can be reached because I can only contemplate that the interest that all politicians must have is that of the victims; it is that there can be no other interest ”, she remarked in statements to journalists in Gijón when asked about the possibility that the government partners reach an agreement on the reform of the law.
The minister has assured that “dialogue is permanent”, although she has specified that “there is also dialogue with other parliamentary forces”, but has remarked that “the important thing is that there has been a problem here that has been evidenced in the revisions of the sentences with sentences that have been reduced.”
“Put a solution to that problem”
This effect of the new norm has generated “very great damage to the victims” of crimes against sexual freedom, and for this reason both the Socialist Parliamentary Group and the Ministry -“because it is my obligation”, he said- want to “put solution to that problem.”
Llop has admitted that the effect of the norm “has already been consolidated”, so that the revisions will continue to take place, as the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) itself has pointed out, he recalled.
Faced with this, it has considered it important to send the victims the message that “a solution has been put in place so that, from now on, if this reform is approved, the most serious acts can also be punished with more serious penalties.”
In this regard, Llop has insisted that the objective is to maintain “the same model, which is that of consent, and the unified model in sexual assault of what used to be sexual abuse and assault.” EFE