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New figures reflect surge in violence against women during pandemic while government implements austerity measures. Figures released this week show that crimes such as femicides climbed 7.
But statistics paint another story: calls to emergency services reached record levels in March — when the pandemic lockdowns were first imposed — and have remained high. Calls by women to another helpline operated by the Mexico City government also surged, according to the news site Animal Politico.
Despite the historic protest, the bloodshed continued unabated: more women were murdered in Mexico in April than any month on record, according to government statistics. Diana Raygoza Montes, a year-old law student, was found murdered in her home in late May, according to police, having been stabbed 39 times. In early Julyfive women — including four girls — were murdered in their home near Mexico City. He speaks often of morality, cites scripture in his morning press conferences and lauds Mexican family life as harmonious — with women playing caretaking roles.
Analysts say the president has put family at the centre of his Covid response — preferring to use it as a social safety net as he promotes fiscal austerity. Global development. Femicides rise in Mexico as president cuts budgets of women's shelters. Women take part in a demonstration to demand justice for victims of gender violence and femicides, outside the National Palace in Mexico City. Global development is supported by. David Agren in Mexico City.
Wed 22 Jul . Mexico: activists voice anger at Amlo's failure to tackle 'femicide emergency'. Topics Global development Mexico Gender Americas. Reuse this content.I have never been with a Mexico woman
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Women’s Fight For Rights In Mexico: Violence And Resistance Amid The Pandemic