The Vox deputy showed the photo of his nieces murdered by ETA in 1987

The words of deputy Alcaraz denouncing the tributes to ETA murderers in Spain

One of the greatest shames that we Spaniards suffer with this government is not its political corruption, despite its severity.

The favors to ETA for which Pedro Sánchez does not want anyone to talk about those terrorists
The son of a socialist murdered by ETA accuses Sánchez of making agreements with criminals

The greatest infamy of this government, by far, is the exchange of favors that the socialists have done with the ETA terrorists, with the sole purpose that Sánchez obtain the personal benefit of retaining power, at the price set by the murderers of 853 people, among them 22 children and babies.

The PSOE and its allies voted against prohibiting tributes to ETA

This Wednesday, the Socialist Party (PSOE) and its partners once again staged that perverse alliance with the pro-ETA members. Deputy Alberto Catalán, from Unión del Pueblo Navarro (UPN), presented a motion on the measures that the Interior Minister will take to end the support acts, exaltation and tribute to the terrorists. As usual, the motion was rejected by 175 votes against (the PSOE, the pro-ETA members and their separatist and far-left allies), 171 in favor (those of the PP, Vox and UPN) and one abstention (Coalición Canaria).

Francisco José Alcaraz (Vox) showed the photos of his nieces murdered by ETA

During the debate on that motion, Vox deputy Francisco José Alcaraz showed photos of his nieces murdered by ETA in 1987, Miriam and Esther Barrera Alcaraz, twin sisters who were 3 years old when that criminal gang killed them. murdered in the attack against the Casa Cuartel in Zaragoza on December 11 of that year, in which Francisco José's brother, Pedro Ángel Alcaraz Martos, was also murdered.

During his speech, the Vox deputy denounced the tributes to these murderers and the government's complicity with them. Alcaraz specifically addressed the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, pointing out that "he has had a regulation in his drawer for two years to prevent tributes to ETA. And what has he done? Absolutely nothing."

Alcaraz denounced the presence of the Bildu deputies

The Vox deputy pointed out that the government does not act against these tributes to ETA murderers "because this would upset its government partners. Here we have Mr. Sánchez sitting with the representatives of the terrorist organization ETA", alluding to the six deputies of Bildu, a party allied to the government and which has never condemned ETA's crimes. Alcaraz also showed the photos of those six deputies from the tribune. The Vox deputy pointed out that "the greatest tribute that is paid to ETA every day here, in this institution, is this: those of the six individuals representing the terrorist Otegui's party who are sitting here thanks to the pact between the PSOE and the terrorist group ETA."

You can listen to Francisco José Alcaraz's full speech here (the video is in Spanish, you can activate the automatic English subtitles in the bottom bar of the player):

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