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Falange Symbols Slowly But Surely Being Erradicated In Spain

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by punkmar77, Mar 22, 2011.

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    El Ayuntamiento de Soria procedió hoy a retirar el busto del general Juan Yagüe ubicado en ‘La Barriada’, “cumpliendo así”, según el alcalde de la ciudad, Carlos Martínez Mínguez, la Ley de la Memoria Histórica. Los operarios municipales plantaron un árbol en el lugar donde ha permanecido la estatua durante 60 años aproximadamente.
    Asimismo, Martínez Mínguez, avanzó que el departamento de Urbanismo realizará un informe con la relación de calles que tienen connotaciones de la Guerra Civil, y añadió que se retirarán todos los vestigios dando cumplimiento a la normativa.
    El busto del general ha sido guardado en el almacén municipal, por si la familia del general quiere retirarlo.
    ‘La barriada’ es uno de los barrios obreros de Soria, donde el general mandó construir varios bloques de casas sociales, al igual que hizo en su pueblo natal San Leonardo de Yagüe. A raíz de esta actuación se colocó un busto en memoria de su mentor.


    The Soria City Council proceeded today to remove the bust of General Juan Yagüe located in 'La Barriada', "fulfilling", said the mayor Carlos Martínez Mínguez, the Law of Historical Memory. The municipal workers planted a tree in the place where the offending statue had remained for almost 60 years.
    Mínguez Martínez also related that the City Planning Department made ​​a report with a list of all streets that are named with connotations of the Civil War, adding that all traces are being removed in compliance with the regulations.
    The bust of the General has been stored in the municipal warehouse, in case the General's family wanted to claim it.
    "La Barriada" is one of the working class neighborhoods of Soria, where the general had built a number of social housing blocks, as he did in his hometown San Leonardo de Yagüe. Following these actions, a bust was placed in his memory.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Yag%C3%BCe
     

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