Barely 24 hours after formal Bildu reach out to victims of ETA, the separatist returned yesterday to his usual speech on behalf of prisoners of the band. Former public office on behalf ANV leftwing nationalist outlawed and representatives from EA and Alternatiba (the two features that integrate with independent Bildu) appeared in San Sebastian to support Etxerat, the association of relatives of inmates, the prisoners claim and their rights occupy "a central place in the political and social debate." They were joined by members of Aralar, training Batasuna Abertzale French and three national unions.
Since the last day 1, the general deputy of Gipuzkoa, Martin Garitano, effusively greeted at Loyola Etxerat components and making an official event in a plea for the prisoners, this association has been at the center of the discussion in Euskadi. Bildu invited two of its members to share with the institutions start of the celebrations of Vitoria on day 4. And Etxerat also went to the reception in San Sebastian last Wednesday in which the victims planted the mayor, Juan Karlos Izagirre of Bildu, not to endorse a "masquerade." The next day came the outstretched hand.
The controversy has been crossed with the decision of the Ministry of Interior to vary travel ban first and then to be disobeyed his order, a march of Etxerat Friday in Vitoria. The outlawed Batasuna lunged for it against the Minister, Rodolfo Ares, accusing him of "stress" the situation in Euskadi. The last element of the cluster was the "alleged theft or assault," the expression is Etxerat-on based in Vitoria, which disappeared two computers and money. Five days later they did not know if they would file a complaint. The Ertzaintza not aware yesterday that has been filed.
All together it has been interpreted by the association as "an increase of pressure and harassment" and left sovereigntist pineapple made yesterday in his defense.
With more than a dozen family members of prisoners as a backdrop, representatives of the formations mentioned in solidarity with the association for "the pressures and insults" and "all kinds of attacks" suffered.
Along with this, once again raised its panoply of claims in recent years, the same as Loyola defended Garitano: end of dispersal, release of sick prisoners and repeal of the doctrine Parot.
According to the signatories, to achieve "a scenario of peace, justice and real democracy in Euskal Herria" is "absolutely necessary [to] respect the rights of prisoners and exiles occupy a central place in the political and social debate."
Three times in the text presented is emphasized, without going further, the signatories to respect "all rights of all people," verbal formula that takes for the victims recognized without citing them.
ELA, the largest union of Euskadi, later joined in a statement of similar hue.