The Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calvinohas considered this Monday “incomprehensible” and “unacceptable” the inclusion of 44 ETA convicts on the EH Bildu lists.
“I find it incomprehensible that there is someone who can be insensitive to the pain of the victims and that you may want to go back, to the black and painful period of our history that we left behind twelve years ago. I find it incomprehensible I find it unacceptable“, he said in statements to the press upon his arrival at the meeting of ministers of Economy and Finance of the eurozone (Eurogroup) in Brussels.
Calviño has considered, however, that the analysis of whether the proposal is legal corresponds to “other bodies and institutions.” “Perhaps it is legal conduct, but it does not respond to the values of coexistenceharmony, to all the values that we have managed to develop twelve years ago when democracy defeated terrorism in our country”, he stressed.
Nadia Calviño on Bildu’s lists
asked about if the Government will continue agreeing with EH Bilduthe vice president has defended that they have “no covenant” and has considered that every time this question is raised it seems to him that “one is trying to have a partisan use of an issue that is irrelevant, since the Government of Spain and the PSOE clearly have an opposition diametrically opposed to that of Bildu”.
It is incomprehensible, not showing any sensitivity to the pain of the victims,” Calviño insisted.
“We have expressed with all the strength and clarity possible our rejection of this type of behavior that seems, and is incomprehensible, not showing any sensitivity to the pain of the victims“, he insisted.
The Political Parties Law
The association Dignidad y Justicia (DyJ) has asked the Prosecutor’s Office to check if the inclusion in the EH Bildu lists of 44 candidates convicted of terrorism, seven of them for murder, meets with what is established in the Political Parties Lawand if they really have liquidated their disqualification sentences as required by the Electoral Law to attend the elections.
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