"If this pillar breaks down, the basic foundations of our Rule of Law will end up falling"

· Affirms that democracy has an essential pillar in the victims of terrorism and warns that if it breaks down, the basic foundations of our Rule of Law will end up falling. "Spain will always be in debt to the heroes of our freedom, to the victims of terrorism," he emphasizes.
· Claims that the heirs of Batasuna can not be political interlocutors and stresses that you can not agree tables in autonomous parliaments with Bildu or have political representatives of this training in the media that all Spaniards pay
· Remember that the PP has proposed legislative reforms so that terrorist crimes are considered crimes against humanity, tributes can not be celebrated to terrorists who come out of prison, and the need for them to collaborate in the clarification of crimes to obtain penitentiary benefits
· He praises that the victims of terrorism do not ask for revenge or revenge, but "memory, dignity and justice", and are convinced of being able to defeat "relativism, equidistance and hypocritical cynicism" of thinking that you can turn the page of the bloody story of ETA




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