Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Spanish Government is a black spot in the heart of the democratic Europe.



A black spot in the heart of the democratic Europe. An state that protects the dark protagonists of Franco's dictatorship. Argentina has asked the extradition of several ministers of Franco, and of some high-up VIP of the former regime, but the current spanish government systematically blocks the clarification of the facts, and prevents the extradition. There are many families who lost some members that were executed by Franco, and that were buried in the roadside ditches or in unknown fields or woods; the current government also hinders these families the search and the recovery of the bodies of their families. The Spanish Government also denies the plurinational character of Spanish State , and denies again and again the right of Catalonia to express the will of the people through a democratic consultation. The obsession of Spanish government of not allowing the votation makes an ass of itself. On the contrary, UK, with the Scotland referendum, gave a lesson of democracy and civility. Besides, the European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg, has just condemned the Spanish State for not investigating torture cases. In the recent years, the Spanish State has been condemned in six occasions for failing to investigate torture claims. The permissiveness of Europe in regard this matter is a shame. The European Union should ensure that all member states meet minimum protocols of democratic quality. This aim should even be more important that any economical issue.  
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