Madrid says that the decision of the Mayor of Gijón Rezum arbitrariness and sectarianism

The Director of Presidency, Justice and Interior of the Community of Madrid, affirmed on Tuesday that the suspension of the bulls in Gijón "Rezuma arbitrarines

Madrid says that the decision of the Mayor of Gijón Rezum arbitrariness and sectarianism

The Director of Presidency, Justice and Interior of the Community of Madrid, affirmed on Tuesday that the suspension of the bulls in Gijón "Rezuma arbitrariness, injustice, prejudice, high sectarianism and apartment of legality."

After a meeting of the Taurine Affairs Center of the community, López has pointed out that the City of Gijón has used as a pretext the name of some resens, "who inherited from each other for years without connotations of any kind, to close An activity foreseen at the parties of that city. "

"From Madrid we will continue betting on the fulfillment of the law. It is the law that forces us to promote and maintaining the activity of Tauromaquia. In Madrid there is an intrinsic vocation in the help and support of the activity of tauromaquia . It should be clear that its promotion as a culture is not an assessment of the administrations, but something that dictates the 2013 law, which sets tauratic as well as a cultural interest (BIC) and forces administrations to promote tuadoquia in everything The national territory, "he explained.

The counselor has also remembered that following the closure of the activity of Tauromaquia in Catalonia, the Constitutional Court annulled this decision and sanctioned that obligation of administrations.

"In Madrid we have a vocation with tauromaquia and it is a BIC. In addition, it is an economic activity that determines wealth, jobs and requires that aid by the Community of Madrid. That is why we do not understand political activity that start from a certain arbitrariness Apartment of legality and high sectarianism, "has been aposed, in reference to the decision of the Gijonés Consistory.

Updated Date: 04 September 2021, 16:30

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