Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Video POLIS Sepanyol MEMUKUL WANITA dalam BANTAHAN yang SECARA AMAN pergi Virus . . .

Demonstrasi yang membawa tanda2 yang berbunyi “punyai harga Dan bebas Pengguguran” semasa bantahan pro-pilihan terhadap cadangan undang-undang pengguguran baru kerajaan di Bilbao, 21 Disember, 2013. (A demonstrator carries a sign reading "Costless And Free Abortion" during a pro-choice protest against the government's proposed new abortion law in Bilbao, December 21, 2013. (Reuters/Vincent West - think IN pictures @1WORLD Community)

Alifhafisin - Sebuah video polis Sepanyol ganas memukul sekumpulan wanita dalam demonstrasi telah pergi virus. Wanita itu membantah rang undang-undang draf yang menghadkan hak untuk membatalkan, hanya membenarkan prosedur dalam kes-kes rogol dan apabila terdapat risiko kesihatan.

Video, yang dikeluarkan oleh laman berita Periodismo Humano, berikutan bantahan pada hari Jumaat, telah mengambil YouTube oleh rebut urat sehingga lebih 300,000 pandangan pada hujung minggu. Rakaman ini menunjukkan ahli-ahli kumpulan aktivis ‘Kami memu-tuskan’ bercakap kepada pegawai selepas bantahan tersebut. Menjerit boleh didengar dan kemudian pegawai, seolah-olah tanpa provokasi, menurunkan beberapa wanita dan menewaskan mereka dengan cota mereka.

Video of Spanish police beating up women 
in peaceful protest goes viral . . .

A video of Spanish police violently beating up a group of women during a demonstration has gone viral. The women were protesting a draft bill that restricts the right to abort, only allowing the procedure in cases of rape and when there is a health risk.

The video, released by the Periodismo Humano news site, following the protest on Friday, has taken YouTube by storm, racking up over 300,000 views over the weekend. The footage shows members of the activist group ‘We decide’ talking to officers after the protest. Shouting can be heard and then officers, seemingly unprovoked, knock down a number of women and beat them with their truncheons.



Pegawai-pegawai polis tumbuk individu ke tanah di hadapan ‘Cuffing’ mereka dan memaksa mereka ke dalam kenderaan polis. Selepas diserang oleh salah seorang pegawai, salah seorang wanita menjerit: "anak ab . . . , jangan meletakkan jari pada saya!” Mendorong pegawai polis untuk memukulnya ke perutnya dan menolak beliau ke tanah.

Walaupun diterajui jauh, salah satu yang ditahan, yang tangannya telah disediakan di belakang beliau menjerit dalam kesakitan yang pihak polis “pecah tangan saya”.

Sumber di dalam polis Sepanyol kepada agensi berita EFE bahawa 3 tahanan berikut tunjuk perasaan telah dibawa di atas tuduhan penentangan orang awam, menentang penangkapan dan menyerang ahli penguatkuasaan undang-undang .

Video ini mencetuskan tindak balas yang tajam di media sosial, di tengah-tengah tuduhan “kekejaman polis, taktik ugutan dan penindasan” di Twitter.

Protes itu sendiri adalah aman, menarik lebih 500 penyokong, yang kebanyakannya adalah wanita, untuk menunjukkan terhadap draf rang undang-undang menetapkan pemba-haruan kepada undang-undang pengguguran Bahasa Sepanyol semasa. Penunjuk perasaan menggesa peletakan jawatan Menteri Kehakiman, Alberto Ruiz- Gallardon, dan penarikan balik rang undang-undang draf.

Rang undang-undang tidak diluluskan oleh Parlimen, tetapi telah menerima sokongan majoriti dari parti politik yang memerintah Sepanyol, Parti Rakyat.

The police officers wrestle the individuals to the ground before cuffing them and forcing them into a police vehicle. After being attacked by one of the officers, one of the women shouts: “son of a b…, don’t lay another finger on me!” prompting the police officer to hit her in the stomach and push her to the ground.

While being led away, one of the detained, who has her arms drawn up behind her back screams out in pain that the police are “breaking my arms”.

Sources within the Spanish police told news agency EFE that the three individuals arrested following the protest were brought in on charges of civil disobedience, resisting arrest and assaulting a member of law enforcement.

The video triggered a sharp reaction on social media, amid accusations of “police brutality, intimidation tactics and repression” on Twitter.

The protest itself was peaceful, attracting over 500 supporters, most of whom were women, to demonstrate against a draft bill stipulating a reform to the current Spanish abortion law. The demonstrators called for the resignation of Minister of Justice, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon, and the withdrawal of the draft bill.

The bill has not been approved by parliament, but has received majority support from Spain’s ruling political party, The People’s Party.

Stil from YouTube video/Jaime Alekos (think IN pictures @1WORLD Community)

Undang-undang baru akan menyekat hak wanita untuk membatalkan, hanya membe-narkan prosedur dalam kes-kes rogol dan apabila terdapat ancaman yang serius kepada kesihatan. Pada masa ini, undang-undang Sepanyol membolehkan wanita untuk memba-talkan tanpa sebarang sekatan sehingga 14 minggu kehamilan.

Di samping itu, di bawah umur akan dikehendaki mendapatkan persetujuan daripada ibu bapa mereka untuk membatalkan, sesuatu yang telah dibatalkan di Sepanyol pada tahun 2010.

Kerajaan telah berkata ia percaya undang-undang semasa terlalu liberal dan rang undang-undang baru ini akan memberi “pertahanan kedua-dua untuk melindungi nyawa anak dalam kandungan dan hak-hak wanita”.

Kumpulan hak asasi manusia mengecam bil sebagai tidak perlu. Di bawah undang-undang semasa bilangan pengguguran di Sepanyol menurun sebanyak 5 % peratus pada tahun 2012, menurut statistik yang dikeluarkan oleh Kementerian Kesihatan.

Pakar sakit puan dan jurucakap bagi kumpulan itu ‘Kami membuat keputusan,’ Isabel Serrano memberitahu saluran kakak Sepanyol RT ini, Actualidad RT, rang itu adalah “besar set – belakang” dan mengambil Sepanyol di luar konteks Eropah.

Serrano seterusnya berkata bahawa rang undang-undang tidak akan mengurangkan kadar pengguguran, sebaliknya, wanita mungkin untuk menjalankan prosedur yang “haram” dan dalam “keadaan lebih buruk”.

The new legislation would restrict women’s right to abort, only allowing the procedure in cases of rape and when there is a serious threat to health. Currently, Spanish law allows women to abort without any restrictions up to 14 weeks into pregnancy

In addition, minors would be required to get consent from their parents to abort, something that was abolished in Spain in 2010.

The government has said it believes the current law is too liberal and the new bill would provide “defense both for the protection of the life of the unborn child and women's rights”.

Rights groups have slammed the bill as unnecessary. Under the current law the number of abortions in Spain decreased by 5 percent in 2012, according to statistics released by the Health Ministry.

Gynecologist and spokesperson for the group ‘We decide,’ Isabel Serrano told RT’s Spanish sister channel, Actualidad RT, that the draft bill was an “enormous set-back” and takes Spain out of the European context.

Serrano went on to say that the bill will not reduce abortion rates; instead, women are likely to carry out the procedure “illegally” and in “much worse conditions”.


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