The Government will decide the new date for the exhumation and subsequent reburial of Francisco Franco in the Council of Ministers which is held after receipt of the notice of the Supreme Court's ruling that the endorse. What is expected is that this happens next week, so that the Executive could announce the date on Friday, October 4.
"we Think that this judgment will be notified in the next few days and with the judgment, and to the view of all their endpoints, we will have a Council of Ministers who will have to complete the administrative process to search for a new date," he said today, Friday Isabel Celaá, the minister spokesman of the Government on functions, in the press conference after the Council of Ministers.
Celaá has explained that the Government will have to repeat the administrative process that already took place when he proposed the first date, the 10th of June, and that the notification of the judgment is a step by step, "prescriptive" to "draft a new agreement."
To the spokesman, the exhumation of Franco is "a victory for Spanish democracy" and has called on the Executive to which it belongs, of the accusations of "electoralismo" or "guerracivilismo". is "The Government meets a mandate of a majority of the Congress of Deputies may 2017, when it passed a law with no votes against," he said.
As did the minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaka , Celaá has announced that the exhumation and subsequent reburial "will be decent, discreet and dignified, without it becoming in any public entertainment, nor any apology or glorification of dictatorship".Campaign from The Moncloa
Celaá, questioned by journalists, has been claimed that in the next general election "the PSOE comes to winning elections, as well of course." . This has led to new questions of journalists about the criticism that the Government is receiving for the use of partisan State institutions, since it was the press conference after the Council of Ministers.
The spokesperson has defended itself by pointing out that "the substrate of this Government is of the PSOE and of you I ask", and you have suggested that you don't make more questions of this type until after the election . "To your questions I can not answer, which would be considered a discourtesy," he said before opening up to the possibility that there are questions. "We can choose any of the two [options], but we're going to agree to it," has settled.Updated Date: 27 September 2019, 21:02