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Salomon Zara bets on women’s empowerment in her campaign

San Lucas Xoquiapam, Oaxaca. – Coalition candidate for the Governance of Oaxaca “Together We Make History”. Solomon Zara Crossacted at…

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San Lucas Xoquiapam, Oaxaca. – Coalition candidate for the Governance of Oaxaca “Together We Make History”. Solomon Zara Crossacted at a rally this Tuesday, May 10, where he assured that “The better future of our state will be possible only when women get more opportunities for development.”

He assured that he was fully committed to the idea of ​​”guaranteeing the conditions of equality necessary to strengthen their economic and patriarchal autonomy”. the candidate believes The current conditions in which Oaxacan women live create a kind of invisible violenceWhich does not characterize them physically, but prevents them from becoming financially independent and, therefore, eliminates the potential development of their qualities in the labor market.

,we live under patriarchy Which, from an early age, suggests that girls and women should be dependent on the “head of the family” or “man of the household” to engage in household chores. We will change this reality so that they can have their own income”, he sentenced.

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To this end, he presented his government program where he proposed the creation of “specific programs to facilitate access to financing for the training and empowerment of all women, with a special focus on producers, artisans and entrepreneurs”.

In the same sense, it promised to provide “legal and psychological advice to victims of economic and patriarchal violence to fully restore their rights”.

Zara Cruz emphasized throughout the act that Women’s participation in the public, economic and political life of the region Breaking what he believes is “the” with particular emphasis on the economic segment patriarchal cycle of violence Against women and we will do this with a comprehensive policy that supports economic and marital empowerment of women.

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