The head of the autonomous Executive, Emiliano García-Page, has advanced this Monday in Burgos that the regional government will present a bill in July "in favor of the victims of terrorism" and that "it will be clear for the next generations because one thing is not live with resentment and forgetfulness is another thing».
This is what García-Page has stated during the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the VII Centenary Foundation of the Cathedral of Burgos, which he has attended together with the President of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, in the Monastery of Las Strikes, in the Burgos capital.
In this framework, the Castilian-La Mancha president took advantage of "this day in which all of Spain wants to remember the victims of terrorism in a very special way, -alluding to the commemoration of the Day of the Victims of Terrorism-, to specify that This summer, the Governing Council will give the green light to said bill, which will be presented next month.
"I would like to present my memory to the victims in my land in a very special way," Page said, referring to those who have suffered "a scourge that has been put to an end with the efforts of many people," and remarked, on this future Law of Reparation and Recognition of the Victims of Terrorism in Castilla-La Mancha, which will also go through the Consultative Council to be sent, in the autumn, to the regional Courts.
Similarly, the regional president has advanced that the region will host "a great exhibition in the cathedral city of Sigüenza on July 22 that will be a preparation" that will serve as a reference for the commemoration of the VIII Centenary of the Primate Cathedral of Spain, that of Toledo, an event that will be celebrated "also after a very short time", since its construction began in the year 1226.
Specifically, the City of the Doncel will open the doors of this exhibition baptized as 'Segontia, between power and glory', which will cover more than two millennia of history of Sigüenza and its region, from its remote origins in the Iron Age to late eighteenth century.