Rocío Carrasco could not imagine that by relating the drama that, according to his testimony, he lived during his marriage with the former Civil Guard Antonio David Flores would receive recognition from the Government of Spain, and this has been. And although she intuited the repercussion of her words after 20 years in silence, events have surpassed her expectations of her.
On Wednesday, November 24, Rocío Carrasco went to the awards ceremony, on the occasion of the International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women, since dew: tell the truth to continue alive, the documentary series inspired by his life, has been Award-winning. As she could not be otherwise, Carrasco wanted to support the content and production team that attended the event to rise with the distinction of the political authority.
However, the words of dew have not been the most outstanding of the day. The speech of the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, has caused many digital to echoed his words, praising the value of the audiovisual work that has starred in Carrasco, but above all, putting the focus on the help he has provided with his Testimony to visibilize the problem and make many women feel identified: "For your courage when you have a testimony that have heard millions of women from this country who for the first time in your life when listening to Rocío and the work she has Directed Anais have felt that what they were living was a situation of gender violence. And that they have decided to listen to Rocío to ask for help and to call 016. You know that calls at 016 shot during the emission of the DocuSerie in Prime Time and that there are many women that we would never have arrived if it had not been for that testimony. So I hope all those thousand women, and you also dew, you know that never You are going to be alone. "
The most emotional moment for Montero occurred by moving the feeling of self-criticism about the treatment that, according to her, would have received Rocío Carrasco during all these years: "I believe Rocío Carrasco and believe it from the first moment in which I saw her. And Not only because what he told me was horrible, but for all that he was silent but his eyes spoke. I had already seen those eyes in other women unfortunately. This society and the media were very unfair with Rocío Carrasco and now we want justice and Repair for her and for many and so many spins that have been reflected in her words and who called 016 looking for help. "Updated Date: 25 November 2021, 14:29