The headquarters of the Popular Party of all Spain, in the municipalities, provincial capitals and the autonomous community, will wave the flags at half-staff and show black crepes, as a sign of mourning and solidarity with the victims who have claimed the coronavirus and with all their families.

As indicated by the PP Deputy Secretary for Organization, Ana Beltrán, it is a gesture of the Popular Party with whom they have lost their families, “sometimes in such a dramatic situation that they have not even been able to say goodbye to their loved ones and in the more painful loneliness ”.

Likewise, all the PP web pages and profiles on social networks will have a black tie, "as a sign of respect and mourning for the almost 11,000 deaths from this terrible pandemic in our country," added Beltrán.

These demonstrations are added to those of the autonomous communities, county councils and municipalities governed by the Popular Party throughout Spain, which did respond to the call of the PP president, Pablo Casado, asking for the declaration of national mourning, while the Pedro Sánchez government did not even it has been pronounced, despite the magnitude of the tragedy.




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