In the case of drastic protests, Mexican women must take action against violence against women
On Monday, the march broke the windows, sprayed the monuments, fought Mexico’s main streets against the riot police, and protested against the negligence of Mexican officials to prevent violence against women.
Many women gathered on the streets of the capital to protest on the day of the elimination of violence against women, the recent event of a series of violent demonstrations of the increasing number of Mexican murders and physical abuse.
The protesters masked with hammers broke the glass panels at bus stops and billboards, tore up the barricades, lit a fire and the monument behind the Paseo de la Reforma, the city’s most popular street How many people should I die? ”
Hundreds of riot police – most women – reacted with pepper spray, suggesting that men were under attack.
The demonstration is called “Glitter Revolution”. After the demonstrations, the security minister in Mexico City sparked a pink spark.
Despite the fact that Mayor Claudia Schönbaum, an alliance of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador from the left wing, announced a new alert for gender-based violence in the capital, there were the recent riots and much more groundbreaking for financial and security measures and other emergency measures ,
19 out of 32 Mexican states have issued such warnings since 2007. Protesters in neighboring Mexico, one of the country’s deadliest countries for women, expressed skepticism about what would change this measure. Some men also participated in the march.
Mexico has the largest insecticide in Latin America. Every day more than 9 women are killed here.
According to a national statistics office, two out of every three Mexican women suffer from some form of violence.