Bibiana Aído

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Aído and the second or maternal family name is Almagro.
Bibiana Aído
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Minister of Equality
In office
14 April 2008 – 20 October 2010
Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero
Preceded by Jesús Caldera
Personal details
Born Bibiana Aído Almagro
(1977-02-02) 2 February 1977 (age 37)
Alcalá de los Gazules, Andalusia, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Political party PSOE

Bibiana Aído Almagro (born 2 February 1977) is a Spanish politician who served as Minister for Equality. She became minister for this new department on 14 April 2008, at the beginning of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's second term as Prime Minister of Spain.

She has a BA (Hons) in International Business Administration from University of Cádiz. As part of an interchange program she did part of her BA (Hons) at Northumbria University's School of International Business Administration.[1] On 14 July 2011 Bibiana Aido was awarded a Honorary Doctorate (Doctor of Civil Law) from Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University.[2]

Criticism[edit]

The “Organic Act of Integrated Protection Measures against Gender Violence” resulted in an epidemic of false allegations against innocent men. Judge Maria Sanahuja said: “The gender violence law is a disgusting violation of human rights in Spain. It is a madness that creates abuse and destroys the burden of proof. We are abusing of thousands of children, thousands of fathers, thousands of men, thousands of grandfathers”.[3] Judge Francisco Serrano Castro said “a penal code with different laws for different categories of persons existed in 20th century Europe only under Nazism and Stalinism. [...] Illegal detentions, suicides of men – this is genocide. Society does not realize that human rights are being violated”.[4]

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