The Government criticizes that the judge does not release Juana Rivas after his partial pardon: It is institutional violence

The Secretary of State of Equality and against Gender Violence, Angela Rodríguez 'Pam', has criticized this Friday that the criminal court number 1 of Granada

The Government criticizes that the judge does not release Juana Rivas after his partial pardon: It is institutional violence

The Secretary of State of Equality and against Gender Violence, Angela Rodríguez 'Pam', has criticized this Friday that the criminal court number 1 of Granada has rejected suspending the implementation of the penalty imposed on Juana Rivas, condemned to prison for The subtraction of its two minor children in the summer of 2017, as the Mother of Maracena requested after the partial pardon granted by the government.

In a message in the Social Twitter network, collected by Europe Press, 'PAM' has regretted that the decision is taken coinciding with the Human Rights Day. "It is even more serious that a judge has prevented Juana Rivas be released, against the pardon and the Prosecutor's Office, despite all his allegations for the violence that she and the children of her have suffered," has written the secretary of State.

In addition, he has tiled the rejection of Juana's freedom to "Institutional Violence". "We are with you, Juana," she has emphasized her in the publication she has shared with a 'Retuit' the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero.

For its part, the government's delegate for gender violence, Victoria Rosell, has ensured that you can not "impose the misogkey ideology" to the law. "There is no right, the Government resolved its partial pardon; the Cagliari court resolved that Juana is not a danger, and that children came at Christmas; no prosecution nor Arcuri oppose the suspension of what remains of punishment", reiterated also on social networks.

Judge Manuel Piñar alga, at a self-dated Thursday, December 9, which has had Europe Press, which Rivas, whose sentence after the pardon has been reduced to one year and three months in prison, "has not shown repentance ".

"On several occasions he has stated that he does not repent and he would do it again," he maintains the judge, who also affects "the danger that for minors would mean the full freedom of the mother", pointing to alleged "signs of sexual abuse to One of the minors when they were under their custody. " For the magistrate, "the absence of repentance and the subsequent repetition of the same behavior indicates a predisposition to commit the same crime again."

Date Of Update: 10 December 2021, 15:34

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