Cuban Jurists See Need for Gender Law

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 26 — Cuban jurists stated their support for the promulgation of a gender law, which typifies domestic violence, the director of Training and Development of the People’s Supreme Court, Rufina Hernández Rodríguez, announced. According to Hernández, the persistence of the phenomenon “is partly due to the many roles women still carry out, the double work load: the professional and that of the home,” reported IPS.

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