• Regrets that the "incapacity" of the socialists has meant that female unemployment in Andalusia is 9 points above the national average and that they have left 75% of the money destined for the protection of victims of gender violence unexecuted .
• Rejects the initiative of the PSOE, "disguised as feminism", for its "electoral stink that tries to divide society to obtain political gain"
• Remember that with the PP in the Government it was possible for "more women than ever" to work in Spain, promoting the Strategic Plan for Equal Opportunities and the State Pact against Gender Violence.
The general secretary of the PP-A, Loles López, has pointed out that the socialist governments in Andalusia "have never made real equality policies, but have condemned Andalusian women to unemployment, poverty and precariousness."
In this sense, López has exposed in the plenary session of the Andalusian Parliament the situation of women left by the socialist executives, which have caused female unemployment to be nine points above the national average in Andalusia and that, despite the fact that the temporary labor is 35 percent, the socialist government of Susana Díaz has left 1.880 million euros unexecuted for employment policies.
With this reality, López has rejected the initiative "disguised as feminism" that the PSOE has brought to the PSOE for being "an electoral stench that has no forgiveness because they try to divide society to obtain political gain."
Faced with this, the PP "has promoted specific policies when we have governed", promoting the State Pact against Gender Violence, approving a Strategic Plan for Equal Opportunities and making nine million women work in Spain, "more than ever ».