It establishes that the data bank on protection orders must contain those that have been issued of data of the victims and of the persons subject to them, the type of order, as well as the follow-up and non-compliance with the same and with strict attachment to the protection of personal data.
Determines that emergency and preventive protection orders will be temporary until the victim of the violence ceases to be exposed to the risk and must be issued immediately in the next six hours following the knowledge of the events that generate them.
The Public Prosecutor's Office shall informally issue any of the preventive or emergency protection orders without the need for prior or subsequent judicial authorization, without prejudice to the fact that it may be replaced by some protective measure or provision provided for in the National Code of Criminal Procedure.
It will also amend the duration of the protection measures and precautionary measures from sixty to ninety calendar days. For the duration of these measures, in the case of gender offenses, the General Law on Women's Access to a Life Free of Violence will be applied in a supplementary manner.
In cases of violence against women, when the Public Ministry or the victim or victim has not requested a precautionary measure, but if the Judge warns of a risk to the victim or offended, he or she shall issue a preventive or emergency protection order General Law on Access to a Life Free of Violence.
Articles Reform: Reform articles 17, 28 and 31 of the General Law on Women's Access to a Life Free of Violence; and articles 139 and 154 of the National Code of Criminal Procedure.
Vote in the Chamber of Deputies: Approved by the Chamber of Deputies on December 6, 2016, with 405 votes in favor.