Sumar denounces a “sexist” remark by Vox to a deputy: “Mother, the girl, we are going to have a good time” | EUROtoday

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Sumar has denounced a “sexist” remark in Congress by a Vox deputy, David Garcia Gomiswho would have stated “my mother, the girl, we are going to have a good time” after the Galician deputy Vernica Martínez Barbero intervene within the Labor Commission.

The existence of this sexist remark was revealed by the sufferer herself, when at one level through the fee she collapsed when remembering that episode. The Sumar deputy was publicly asking the Vox deputy to not make these varieties of allusions that “violate women.” When she stated it, Martínez Barbero was visibly affected. She later claimed that she had felt “uncomfortable.”

The Vox deputy's phrase has not been picked up by the cameras however has been heard by different deputies current within the room. So when David García Gomis acted shocked by the request of the Sumar parliamentarian, the ERC deputy Jordi Salvador He intervened to disclose that the phrase he had heard was the next: “My mother, the girl, we are going to have a good time.”

Vox denies that this remark occurred and defends that it’s a “crude manipulation.”

The second vice chairman of the Government, Yolanda Díaz, has come out in protection of her celebration colleague to denounce that that is “machismo.” “It is intolerable. You must apologize. Women are not going to tolerate these comments in any space. It's over,” she wrote on the social community X.

Sumar affirms that phrases matter and has rejected the continued use of most of these expressions to “violate women.”

At the top of the session, the president of the Labor Commission, Aina Vidal, who additionally belongs to Sumar, referred to as the eye of the Vox deputy. “Respect and good treatment are minimum values. Degrading, disrespectful or sexist comments have no place in this commission or anywhere,” she acknowledged.

Vidal, who can be chief of the commons in Congress, has reproached García Gomis that there isn’t any freedom to “humiliate other deputies.”