The Ceuta Assembly will debate and vote next Tuesday to declare the now suspended president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, persona non grata in the autonomous city “for the commission of an alleged crime of sexual assault radically contrary to human rights, our constitutional principles and the values espoused by a democratic society.
The proposal has been included in the agenda of the Plenary Session corresponding to the month of August of the Regional Chamber at the request of Ceuta Ya!, a localist formation that considers that the City Assembly should “make public its rejection” of the kiss in the mouth that he shared with the player Jenni Hermoso at the trophy presentation of the Women’s Soccer World Cup in Sydney (Australia), “an act that has become an authentic banner of the machismo that still prevails.”
In its parliamentary initiative, the party argues that “both the act itself and all the subsequent actions and actions carried out by the alleged criminal constitute an exhibition of recalcitrant machismo that is simply unacceptable for a modern society that strives, day after day, to put an end to definitely with the unjust violence and oppression that women continue to suffer for the simple fact of being women.
In the opinion of the group led by Mohamed Mustafa, the response to actions such as those of Rubiales “must be unique, forceful and unequivocal” and “not only must possible criminal responsibilities be substantiated and political and sporting issues resolved, but also made visible by all possible means.” “the most absolute social rejection of this type of behavior.”
Rubiales last visited Ceuta in April to inquire about a local referee who was the victim of an attack by several players and the father of one of them.
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