The parties value the statement of the EPPK on the reception of ETA prisoners

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EPPK statement

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Andoni Ortuzar (PNV) has described the statement as “positive”, although he believes it is late. Arnaldo Otegi (EH Bildu) believes that it is an “undoubted” contribution to democratic coexistence and Eneko Andueza (PSE / EE) considers it “a victory” for the victims of terrorism.

Following the statement made by the Collective of Basque Political Prisoners (EPPK) in which they defend that the reception of those released should be held “in private and discreetly” so as not to cause more pain to the victims of ETA, the reactions were not they have been waiting.

The president of the EBB of the PNV, Andoni Ortuzar, has described the statement as “positive”, although he considers that it arrives “late”. “It is positive, without a doubt. However, I ask that world for a reflection, and it is that in the end they end up doing what they should, but they do it late. I would ask them to don’t make us wait so longTake steps but take them now, “he said.

In an interview with the “Boulevard” program on Radio Euskadi, the jeltzale leader believes that now it should be addressed “the Gordian knot” of the matter: “Recognize that ETA should not have existed, and that its actions caused unjust pain in the victims and irreparable damage to society.”

The general coordinator of EH Bildu, Arnaldo Otegi, believes that the request of the group of prisoners of ETA, EPPK is an “undoubted” contribution to democratic coexistence.

As Otegi has pointed out in social networks, “building bridges and not trenches is an indispensable condition for democratic coexistence. The political decision made public by EPPK is a contribution of undoubted meaning and value in that direction.”

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The Secretary General of the PSE / EE, Eneko Andueza, believes that the statement made by the Basque Political Prisoners Collective (EPPK) is “a victory“of the victims of terrorism and of all those who” add up for coexistence. “

On social media, Andueza has stated that this EPPK decision is “the result of the just efforts of the groups and of the social and institutional pressure to put an end to the so-called ‘ongi etorris'”.

The president of the Basque PP, Carlos Iturgaiz, has framed the announcement “in the Sánchez-Otegi pact” based on “prisoners for budgets.” In social networks, Iturgaiz has interpreted this decision as an “advance” of said pact since “by passing the vomitive receptions to private, the release of ETA murderers and their whitewashing is obtained from Sánchez.”

In a statement made public this Monday, the ETA prison group (EPPK) has announced its willingness for the reception of released people to be carried out in a “private and discreet” way when they arrive at their locations or when they leave prison. , “following the path taken in general in recent months”.

EPPK maintains that it “understands” that ETA victims may feel “hurt” by the acts of reception, for which reason they have decided that the receptions take place only in a “private and discreet” scope.



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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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