Saturday, February 02, 2008

Inquisidors Against EHAK and ANV

The wheels of apartheid and authoritarianism against Basque society were set in motion yet again, this time the Spanish Inquisidors have decided to finally open fire against two Basque political parties.

Here you have the note from EITb:



Prosecutors to take legal actions against ANV and EHAK members


Apart from taking legal actions against the parties itself, the public prosecutors will also request to accuse ANV and EHAK members.

Spanish High Court prosecutors requested Friday the judge Baltasar Garzón to ban all the activities of the Basque leftist parties ANV and EHAK before February 11, deadline to present the list of candidates to stand in the March 9 election.

The prosecutor requested the ban of all political activities, the closure of all the offices and the participation in the votes of the two Basque parties.

Spain’s director of Public Prosecutions Cándido Conde-Pumpido said last week that the request to outlaw the two Basque parties, Basque Nationalist Action and the Communist Party of the Basque Lands, is based on arguments that say both parties are part of Batasuna, which was outlawed by the Supreme Court in 2003 on grounds that it is part of the armed group ETA.

The Spain's Public Prosecutor's Office tried to show that Batasuna, in order to get around this ban, turned to two little-known, practically dormant parties and had them field candidates.

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