Elisa Núñez, Valencian Minister of Justice, brought ETA's terrorism to the Valencian Courts today in her appearance to talk about her political program; and she has done it to attack the opposition of the PSPV and Compromís. She has done so by emphasizing that her ministry will "never" forget the victims of terrorism, particularly those of ETA. "In the Generalitat we will not allow history to be rewritten nor murderers made martyrs. Gentlemen of the PSPV and Compromís, we will not allow your friends in Congress, who filled the streets of Spain with blood, to get away with their crime," he said. indicated.
The councilor's words have generated discomfort in the opposition, which has asked them to leave without success. She has also announced that her department will strengthen the Network of Offices for Victims of Crime and she wanted to clarify about this service that victims "are not only women." In this regard, she has accused the PSPV and Compromís of being "obsessed" with making citizens believe that these offices only serve women: "They use women as an alibi for their delusions," she has told them.
"We will work so that the victims receive multidisciplinary assistance, both for minors and for people who are victims of domestic violence, with disabilities or the elderly," said the head of Justice, who added that "you are so obsessed with gender that you have done believe citizens that these offices only serve women. And the 37 offices that exist also fight against other problems such as bullying, violence from children to parents or trafficking crimes."
Núñez dedicated his first part of the speech to regretting the actions of the central government, especially in matters of justice and interior: "The Government has devastated Spain for decades and has condoned and protected secessionism, xenophobia and coups." has criticized.
Along these lines, he regretted that "it seems that those who killed innocent people in the Basque Country, who prescribed in oblivion the murders by the friends of the PSPV and Compromís in Congress, their government partners, have definitively won", he told the opposition.
Furthermore, she has criticized that because of left-wing policies, women are "denigrated" and "treated as an object." "How do they protect women? With the 'yes means yes' law? There is a chilling fact and that is that in the Community 153 reductions in sentences have been granted due to this law and 13 releases from prison," she indicated.
The socialist deputy, Alicia Andújar, has criticized the “incompetence” of the Department of Justice and has questioned “how many more abusers are hiding under the acronym of Vox, with the collaboration of Mazón.” “Councilor Nuñez is not legitimized to talk about feminism when she places those convicted of abuse at the head of the Department of Justice, is this the model of fight against gender violence that the Consell proposes?”
On this issue, on the Undersecretary of Justice, of Vox, who was recently dismissed by Elisa Núñez upon learning that he was convicted of sexual abuse in 2011, the counselor has defended his actions. "I dismissed him for lack of trust, because he did not inform me." And she added that "they want to forgive ETA and make a scandal about this matter," she added.