In the EU, there are too many murders of women simply because they are women. The president of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, expressed this concern during a plenary session in Strasbourg. She mentioned the recent case of Giulia Cecchettin, a 22-year-old student whose lifeless body was found near a lake in Italy. Metsola emphasized the need for more severe sentences for those who prey on women and called for an end to institutional blindness towards this issue.
Metsola stressed the need for better protection frameworks for women and emphasized the urgency of addressing this epidemic. She also highlighted the importance of preventing violence against women and girls in European countries. The European Parliament will discuss what actions can be taken to address this issue.
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