THE CAPITOL – The representative of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP), Denis Márquez Lebrón attacked the leaders of the House of Representatives on Monday for not passing legislation aimed at incurring a gender perspective in the country’s education system.
“They do not dare to approve two measures to educate and raise awareness about inequality, discrimination, stereotypes, sexism and patriarchy in schools (PC 714) and through WIPR (RCC 80 of my authorship) because they are terrified of it for things to be spoken by name: gender perspective, “said Márquez Lebrón in written statements.
However, he criticized measures approved by the House and condemned a trip by legislators, both from the Popular Democratic Party (PPD), and the New Progressive Party (PNP) to learn about hurricanes.
“The“ brave ones ”of the majority of the PPD in the House approved PC 525 so that“ spades ”can be played in all the festivals of a social, cultural and educational nature in Puerto Rico. A group of those brave go on a trip (along with several representatives of the PNP) with public funds to “learn about hurricanes,” said the PIP spokesman in the Chamber.