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Kolau regrets pro-independence boycott of tribute to victims of 17A

The mayor of Barcelona, ​​Ada Colau, has expressed regret that dozens of libertarians boycotted this Wednesday the institutional act of paying tribute to the victims of the August 17, 2017 terrorist attacks in Catalonia.

At the end of the ceremony, in statements to the media at the town hall, the mayor, who presided over an act of condolence led by the victims and without political parliaments, described a “deep lack of respect” that “something so sacred”. Minute of silence for mourning”.

Dozens of independents have boycotted tributes to mark the fifth anniversary of 17A, which was held this morning at La Rambla with the slogan “we need the truth” and stoked politicians to such an extent that they called for a minute of silence. broken too. ,

At the end of the act, Laura Boreas, former Speaker of Parliament and leader of the JXCAT, was approached by one of the groups acting in the protest, who greeted her with the slogan “President, President”. While they encouraged him to “break the government”.

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Those who boycotted the act, to the surprise of some of the victims, who were very emotional, ended up chanting Els Segadors and shouting in favor of liberty.

In his statements after these events, Kolau pointed out that “some of the victims had come from far away, from Holland, Germany, Australia, to participate in this act of memory and mourning. They did not deserve a small group that had lost their political lives.” wanted to convey a message.

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