Colegio Mayor Elias Ahuja Video, Watch Colegio Mayor Madrid Colegio Mayor Elías Ahuja Full Clip Online! Madrid: After the video showing male students cheering as one of them hurled insults at female students in the Madrid residence at a university went online, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Thursday said it was “repugnant”. In the video that was recorded on Sunday night an individual from the Elias Ahuja residence, located close to the Santa Monica all-girls dorm, can be heard shouting “W ****s, come out of your burrows, like rabbits, you’re nymphomaniac” ****s”.
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He also threatened to assault women as men shouted insults and cheered out of windows at the male residential hall. This video which is frequently circulated via platforms like Facebook and Twitter was the subject of attention throughout Spain as well as has prompted criticism from politicians and politicians, including Sanchez who refers to himself as a feminist. “We must not tolerate behaviors that create hatred and target women…Enough of sexism,” said the Spanish PM tweeted on Twitter.
At a meeting at a gathering of European heads during a meeting of the European Union’s leaders in Prague, Sanchez condemned the actions of the men featured on the film as “inexplicable as well as unjustified and disgusting”. The incident took place during the Colegio Mayor Elias Ahuja, the residence for male students operated by the Catholic religious community located at Complutense university from Madrid (UCM) which is Spain’s largest state-owned university.
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The directors of the residents spoke out against the “unacceptable remarks from a bunch composed of students” as well as expressed their condolences for the students who reside in the female residence. The school also said that male students were expelled from school for their part in the incident. It’s about EUR 1,100 per month for an apartment located at Colegio Mayor Elias Ahuja, which was established in 1969. A former Popular Party head Pablo Casado lived there during his college period.