Vox Ceuta has mobilized this Saturday in the city to show its express support to the members of the Civil Guard while in the Navarran town of Alsasua the 'Ospa Eguna' is celebrated, a day dedicated to carrying out activities that humiliate and denigrate the troops of the Armed Institute. VOX Ceuta condemns this call to which the Civil Guards themselves have reproached the Minister of the Interior for not requesting its suspension, for inciting hatred, or expressing support for the agents.

“Today we are here to, once again, show our absolute support to our State Security Forces and Bodies”, Juan Sergio Redondo, president of VOX Ceuta, stressed, adding: “Five years ago the people of Ceuta wanted to honor and to thank our Civil Guard for their always self-sacrificing service in the protection and defense of the security of the Ceuta, and today, in the face of the unjust interested attacks that against our Civil Guard are being produced by those who in nothing esteem or respect our democracy or our freedoms , those of us who form at VOX Ceuta meet before this image of our Civil Guard to honor its members and thank them, once again, for their sacrificial work in defense of our freedoms and rights. "With this we want to give public testimony of our deep admiration and respect for all those who make up the Civil Guard," said Redondo, to conclude with a "Long live the Civil Guard! and Long live Spain! ”.

The national VOX deputy for Ceuta, Teresa López, has also expressly expressed her support for the Civil Guard. “From a distant sea in the distance, but twinned in feeling, and on behalf of those who gave us their trust and with it an immense challenge of loyalty and coherence, we want to send the heroic civil guards of Alsasua a message of respect, affection and recognition, as well as a hug, and tell them that they are not alone ”, said the Ceuta parliamentarian. López, together with the VOX senator for Ceuta, Yolanda Merelo, then placed a bouquet of flowers on the statue of homage to the Civil Guard that is located at the entrance of the Maritime Station.



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