The intervention of the deputies of EH Bildu —Mertxe Aizpurua Sunday and Oskar Matute on Tuesday— resulted in the most critical periods of the debate of investiture, in which are heard cries of “murderers” and “terrorists” on the part of the bed of the right. Hooch replied: “Lord Married, you want to convey, on behalf of EH Bildu, a position that is clear and sharp: For all the victims, the ETA, the GAL, the of the Batallón Vasco Español, the violence parapolicial and the thousands buried in pits and ditches, truth, justice and reparation. For all”, he insisted.
Adolfo Suárez Illana, the PP, came back to give back to the grandstand when he came to her, the representative of Bildu. Paul Married said Tuesday that the victims of ETA had been “roughed up” in the Congress. “To hear you speak to the executors of the ETA of authoritarianism, of terror, or of the last train, in a chamber, in which only fit half the number of people killed, it produces nausea endless,” he said.
The multiple allusions to ETA during the debate of investiture, nine years after the band announced the cessation of violence, provoked different reactions among the victims of terrorism. José María Múgica, the son of a socialist assassinated, sent a letter to Sanchez showing his “contempt” for agreeing to the abstention of Bildu. Consuelo Ordóñez, sister of Gregory, a councillor for the PP assassinated in 1995, called on Married stop “using the victims of terrorism, and claim their representation.” “What you get is that more and more victims show publicly their support for Sanchez,” he said. This is not the first time that Ordoñez criticizes the leader of the PP for that reason.
.@pablocasado_ how you Could stop using the victims of terrorism and arrogarte your representation in your #debateinvestidura?
What you get is that more and more victims show publicly their support for Sanchez.
Listening to @EduMadina.
Just what do you do. https://t.co/rsxWmylID0 pic.twitter.com/83zHvzFXp9— Consuelo Ordoñez (@ConsuorF) January 7, 2020
The references in the debate have led to a confrontation between the victims. Daniel Porter, deputy of the PP and the son of Luis Goalkeeper, killed by ETA in 2000, replied to Ordonez via Twitter: “Comfort, for longer. I yes I am represented by Paul's Married, like your brother le was Aznar —their friends say to me him—. Neither you nor I are the only voice of the victims. If you love Pedro Sanchez say so as openly, and let us be of hypocrisy.”Date Of Update: 08 January 2020, 01:00