The partners of the socialist president, Francina Armengol, in the Balearic Government, independentists from Més and Podemos they ignore the two assassinated civil guards and they have been great absentees in the tribute that this morning took place in Calvià, in memory of Diego Salva Lezaun and Carlos Saenz de Tejadaassassinated by ETA thirteen years ago.
No one from the staff of these two formations, who govern in coalition with the PSOE In the main administrations of the Balearic Islands, the last two victims of ETA in a still unsolved crime have gathered in this emotional act of remembrance.
Not even the former judge of Podemos, Juan Pedro Yllanes, Vice President of the Govern, nor the regional coordinator of the party, the deputy Antonia Joverhave been present in Palmanova, as well as no councilor of Morenor any deputy of this pro-independence formation, nor its coordinator in Mallorca, Lluís Apesteguia
Quite an affront to these two victims of terrorism, to which at this time, they haven’t even remembered on social media where both parties are especially active. As if they didn’t exist a single memory message with the two civil guards killed.
Independentistas of Més and Podemos are, at the moment, focused on social networks in their week of rejection of the holiday stay of the Royal Family in Mallorca, to which they dedicate multiple mocking and mocking messagesannouncing the main leaders of both parties that they will not attend the reception that Felipe VI will give to a broad representation of Balearic society on next August 4 at the Palacio de Marivent.
Of the tribute in memory of these two victims of ETA held this morning, not a single comment, nor any press release.
The Socialists, on the other hand, did have a broad representation at this event held this morning in Palmanova, organized by the Calvià City Council, chaired by the Socialist, Alfonso Rodriguez, who was accompanied, among others, by the socialist delegate of the Government, Aina Calvo; the president of this same formation of the Balearic Parliament, Vincent Thomas; the Socialist Minister for the Presidency, Civil Service and Equality, Mercedes Garrido, and the island councilor for the Presidency of this party, Javier de Juan.
The President of the Government, Francina Armengol, deputy in Thomàs institutional representation in the act and, later, in social networks sent a tweet in which he sent a heartfelt hug to families, friends and colleagues from the Civil Guard, affirming that Diego Salvá Lezaun and Carlos Sáenz de Tejada «you are still present in the memory of these Islands, which will never forget you».
On behalf of the PP was present, the general secretary, Sandra Fernandez, as well as the president of the popular in MallorcaLlorenç Gamés, while the Vox staff, almost in its entirety, met in Calvià, with a broad representation headed by Jorge Camposthe national deputy in Congress, Toni Salvá —father of Diego Salvá— or the deputy in the Balearic Parliament, Ribas Idoiaamong other leaders of this formation.