[세계여성폭력추방의 날] Sim Sang-jung “We need to start an all-out war against sexual violence”

▲ Candidate Sang-Jeong Shim’s SNS

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women by the United Nations on the 25th, the Justice Party presidential candidate Shim Sang-jung established the framework of the ‘three principles of eradication of gender violence’, centered on the ‘right to sexual self-determination’, protection of rights, early sex education, and strong zero tolerance punishment. announced a pledge to eradicate sexual violence.

Candidate Shim pointed out, “Women are searching for ‘safe farewell’ every day, asking how they can break up safely without getting killed, not stabbed, and without spreading sexual exploitation videos.” He continued, “We need to start an all-out war against all sexual violence,” he said.

Candidate Shim suggested, “Infringement of the ‘right to self-determination’ without consent is a violation of human rights, and we will establish the principle of violence. did. He further emphasized, “We will make clear the principle of proper punishment and zero tolerance for ‘the perpetrators go to prison and the victims go to life’.”

After the press conference, Candidate Shim held a ‘Voice Listening Meeting’ at the National Assembly to listen to the voices of support groups for victims of sexual violence.

Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung held a meeting with female soldiers at Soum, a cultural space complex in Dongjak-gu, Seoul on the morning of the same day, saying, “Sexual violence in the military is a serious issue that needs to be looked at from a human rights issue to a national security issue. It is because of the closed barracks culture in the military.” “I fully agree with the voice of the need to introduce a military human rights ombudsman system so that the private sector can investigate the human rights situation in the barracks without restrictions,” he said.

In his social networking service (SNS), President Moon Jae-in said, “The government enacted the Basic Act on Prevention of Violence Against Women, the Punishment of Stalking Act and the Act on the Prevention of Trafficking in Persons. “I will do my best to eradicate violence against women by steadily improving the system and strengthening the response,” he said.

Reference-www.labortoday.co.kr

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