The Villacisneros Foundation has asked the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, who prevents the new edition of the OSPA prevent! Eguna (day of goodbye) scheduled for this Saturday at the Navarra town in Alsasua because it supposes "a new humiliation" to the Civil Guard and the Report of the 210 Agents of the Armed Institute murdered by ETA.
In a statement, the Foundation has referred to the OSPA call! Eguna by Ospa! Mugimendua against the presence of the Civil Guard and has shown its "unconditional support to the Civil Guard".
Before this new call, the Villacisneros Foundation has remembered that "if a few years ago it was Oñate the meeting point of ETA's friends to harass the civil guard and demand between insults their departure from the Basque Country, now Alsasua follows the wake of hatred ".
For this reason, he believes that "it is the obligation of the Government and the rule of law, not to attend impassive before this shame and take letters in the matter."
In his opinion, the Government has "sufficient legal instruments" to prevent these acts "that clearly pose a humiliation for the civil guard and especially for the memory of the 210 guards killed by the terrorist band."
"Marlaska, accustomed to approach terrorists, it seems that she has forgotten that her first obligation is to defend the Armed Institute and do it especially where she is persecuted and despised," he criticized.
Therefore, he has required him "that he prevents this new edition" from the OSPA! Eguna because "are already too many years of permissiveness." If the friends of the band continue to see that they face a government and a society unable to stop their feet, shame will be repeated as the homage of Santutxu al Etarra Almaraz on Tuesday or planned for Parot in Mondragón on September 18 ", it is finished.Date Of Update: 27 August 2021, 07:40