México acumula 3.462 mujeres asesinadas en 2021 / 3,462 WOMEN WERE MURDERED IN MEXICO DURING 2021

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.- México suma 3.462 mujeres asesinadas de enero a noviembre de 2021, un promedio de más de 10 al día, según cifras actualizadas este domingo por el Secretariado Ejecutivo del Sistema Nacional de Seguridad Pública (SESNSP).

Del total de mexicanas asesinadas, 2.540 fueron víctimas de homicidio doloso mientras que 922 sufrieron un feminicidio, como se clasifica en México al asesinato de una mujer por razones de género o violencia machista.

La cifra total de víctimas es apenas 0,32 % menor que la del mismo periodo de 2020, cuando mataron a 3.473 mujeres en México, según el registro del SESNSP.

Pero los feminicidios han subido 3,25 % este 2021 frente a los primeros 11 meses del año pasado, cuando se reportaron 893.



Of the total of murdered Mexican women, 2,540 were victims of intentional homicide while 922 suffered a femicide.

Mexico adds 3,462 women murdered from January to November 2021, an average of more than ten a day, according to figures updated this Sunday by the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP).

Of the total number of murdered Mexican women, 2,540 were victims of intentional homicide, while 922 suffered a femicideHow the murder of a woman is classified in Mexico for reasons of gender or sexist violence.

The total number of victims is just 0.32% lower than that of the same period in 2020, when 3,473 women were killed in Mexico, according to the SESNSP registry.

But femicides have risen 3.25% in 2021 compared to the first eleven months of last year, when 893 were reported.

Meanwhile, in the same period, intentional homicides of women have fallen by 1.55% year-on-year compared to the period from January to November 2020, when there were 2,580.

Even so, SESNSP data showed that August 2021 has been the month with the most murders of women in Mexico since there is a record, with 271 women victims of intentional homicide and 111 who died from femicide, the highest figures for both crimes.

Mexico has recorded the most violent years in its history in the first two years of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s term, with 34,690 murder victims in 2019 and 34,558 in 2020.

The Government of Mexico reported last week that the The country accumulates 30,693 malicious homicides so far in 2021, a year-on-year reduction of 3.8%.

Despite this, the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC) has recognized a 15.5% year-on-year increase in the incidence of family violence.

The entities of the country that accumulate the most victims of femicide so far in 2021 are the state of Mexico (132), Jalisco (66), Veracruz (66), Mexico City (64) and Nuevo León (57).

And the municipalities with the highest incidence are Ciudad Juárez (16), Culiacán (16), San Pedro Tlaquepaque (14), Tlajomulco (13) and the Gustavo A. Madero mayor of Mexico City (12).

The SESNSP also reported 57,194 women victims of intentional injuries, almost the same number as all of 2020, when there were 57,495 in the entire year.

It also pointed to 19,484 women victims of rape, a year-on-year increase of 27.9% compared to the period from January to November 2020, when there were 15,238.

It also registered 181 women who suffered a kidnapping, compared to 224 in all of 2020.

While there have been 471 women victims of human trafficking in the first eleven months of 2021, which already exceeds the 454 registered in all of 2020.