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Federal Auditor Says Mexico's Violence Against Women Commission Produces No Results

Fabiola Martinez - La Jornada
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March 6, 2015



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In its most recent performance evaluation of government agencies, the Superior Auditor of the Federation [ASF] concluded that, during the first year of the current federal administration [2013], the National Commission for Preventing and Eradicating Violence Against Women [Conavim] did not meet the purposes set out by law for the organization which is under the direction of the Secretariat of Government Relations [SG].

The ASF listed the legal and policy provisions not fulfilled by Conavim during the first year of the Peña Nieto administration. During 2013, the Commission did not issue a single declaration of gender-based violence, despite the fact that in states such as Guanajuato the femicides have multiplied from 25 to 85 cases.

The auditing organization warned that Conavim had not designed a comprehensive policy with a gender-based perspective for the benefit of 60.6 million Mexican women, as established by the decree by which it was created, even though it had 121.6 million pesos [US$8 million] to “promote attention to, and prevention of, violence against women”.

During the period reviewed, the Commission also didn’t gather statistical information about the cases of violence against women, as a base to create the National Bank of Data and Information about cases of violence against women and, as a consequence, it lacked the information to assess the advances of the program as a whole to prevent, attend to, punish and eradicate attacks.

Read the rest at Mexico Voices

Translated by Stacey Robison

Mexico Voices is a blogging endeavor aimed at raising the awareness of U.S. citizens regarding the destructive impact of the U.S. economic policy and the War on Drugs on Mexico — on its people, their economic and physical security and their human rights, on the nation’s dysfunctional justice system, and on the rule of law and Mexico’s fragile democracy. Visit the website at MexicoVoices.blogspot.mx

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