RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A total of 74 women were murdered in Argentina during the first four months of 2021, equivalent to a femicide every 39 hours, Silvia Ferreyra, national coordinator of the organization Mujeres de la Matria Latinoamericana (Mumalá), said on Sunday, May 2.
"Macho violence does not have an earnest approach to prevention," Ferreyra explained.
Argentina has a national rate of 0.3% femicides per 100,000 women, Mumalá estimated in its report.
The feminist organization revealed 117 violent deaths of women, transvestites, and transsexuals in the first four months of the year (including femicides, those caused in . . .