/ 74% Of complaints are rridas to actions and attitudes registered inside the family home. Less than 1% of the 130,000 issued restraining orders have been broken. They are offered by the Observatory of domestic violence and gender data. The daily average of complaints filed by violence against women in Spain is 361, of which 74% are rridas to actions and attitudes registered inside the family home, according to data of the Observatory of domestic violence and gender. Its President, Inmaculada Montalban, has offered these data during his speech Tuesday in a course on gender violence organized by the Lex Forum in Denia (Alicante).
Throughout her exhibition, Montalban has pointed out that of the more than 130,000 restraining orders that have been dictated, less than 1% have been broken and have much less finished with mortal victim. Only two out of ten women cited Observatory, seconded to the Council General of power denounce Judicial (CGPJ), has among its objectives analyzing the response that gives the administration of Justice in the field of gender-based violence. One of the worrying figures that has facilitated Montalban is the number of women victims of gender-based violence that do not report abuse. In particular, in ten, only two or three decide to denounce them. After stressing the importance of coordination between the various institutions working in the fight against violence against women, Montalban has congratulated Government of the Valencian Community institutions because at the municipal level, something that is essential, the safety seals maintain regular coordination meetings to act and have identified available resources of care and assistance. Source of the news: in Spain are presented more than 360 daily allegations of violence against women