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Demonstrators hold a sign reading "No means no" in Pamplona on May 10, 2018 during a protest against the acquittal of five men accused of gang raping an 18-year-old woman. - The five men, in their late twenties, had been accused of raping a woman, then 18, at the entrance to an apartment building in Pamplona on July 7, 2016, at the start of the week-long San Fermin bull running festival. The men were acquitted of sexual assault, which includes rape, but sentenced to nine years for the lesser offence of sexual abuse, which under Spanish law implies there was no violence or intimidation. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)        (Photo credit should read ANDER GILLENEA/AFP/Getty Images)
Demonstrators hold a sign reading "No means no" in Pamplona on May 10, 2018 during a protest against the acquittal of five men accused of gang raping an 18-year-old woman. - The five men, in their late twenties, had been accused of raping a woman, then 18, at the entrance to an apartment building in Pamplona on July 7, 2016, at the start of the week-long San Fermin bull running festival. The men were acquitted of sexual assault, which includes rape, but sentenced to nine years for the lesser offence of sexual abuse, which under Spanish law implies there was no violence or intimidation. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)        (Photo credit should read ANDER GILLENEA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Comisión revisa tipificación de delitos de abuso y agresión sexual en España

En España una comisión se reúne para revisar la tipificación de los delitos de agresión y abuso sexual. El encargo del gobierno surge a raíz del caso de "La Manada" convictos de abuso sexual y no de agresión es decir violación contra un joven durante las celebraciones de San Fermín. La comisión, que era de solo hombres, se revisó y ahora son 28 miembros, 15 de ellos son mujeres.

Comisión revisa tipificación de delitos de abuso y agresión sexual en España

En España una comisión se reúne para revisar la tipificación de los delitos de agresión y abuso sexual. El encargo del gobierno surge a raíz del caso de "La Manada" convictos de abuso sexual y no de agresión es decir violación contra un joven durante las celebraciones de San Fermín. La comisión, que era de solo hombres, se revisó y ahora son 28 miembros, 15 de ellos son mujeres.