Azcón affirms that “equality before the law has no nuances” and that the problem with the amnesty lies with those who accept it


The president of the Government of Aragon, Jorge Azcón, stated this Thursday that “equality before the Law has no nuances” and that the problem with the amnesty lies with those who accept it. He has presided over the act of tribute to the Patroness of the Civil Guard, the Virgen del Pilar, in Zaragoza, which was attended, among other authorities, by the Government delegate in Aragon, Fernando Beltrán. “The heart of Spain and democracy beat to the rhythm of the Constitution,” said Azcón, asserting that “only through the Magna Carta are we free and equal,” emphasizing that the “foundations” of the Constitution “are rooted in history.” ” from Spain: “We are a nation united in diversity.” The Aragonese president has appealed to “responsibility”, encouraging everyone to offer the best of themselves for freedom and equality. He has refused to change the amnesty for the investiture and has made it clear that “Spanish society cannot assume that the crimes – of the Catalan independentists – did not exist because it would put democracy at risk”, asking “what use have the sacrifices been? of so many civil guards in defense of the values ​​of our nation”. He has assured that those who seek to destroy Spain will not achieve their objectives if those who have sworn to defend it assume “that explicit commitment to the last consequences” because “the problem lies in those who are willing to accept the amnesty.” Likewise, he has emphasized that “equality before the law has no nuances” and, recalling General Palafox in The Sites of Zaragoza of 1808, he has urged everyone to “resist.” The President of the Government of Aragon has urged “preserving legality and justice” in the face of the amnesty being negotiated by the President of the Government of Aragon, Pedro Sánchez, and the Catalan independentists. THE CIVIL GUARD, A FUNDAMENTAL PILLAR Azcón has pointed out that the Benemérita has “great meaning for all of us who believe in the rule of law and the Constitution”, indicating that “it constitutes a fundamental pillar for our nation” and that “on countless occasions it has contributed” to making Spain a “safe” country. “No matter how remote a place may be, there is always a civil guard on duty,” continued the head of the regional Executive, highlighting the “bravery and unequivocal commitment” of the civil guards. Jorge Azcón recalled that it was in Zaragoza where, in 1987, the terrorist group ETA committed one of its worst attacks, “one of the greatest sacrifices” of the Civil Guard, killing 11 people, both agents and family members, five of them children. . “His sacrifice was not in vain,” Azcón said. LOW CRIMINALITY RATE The general chief of the Civil Guard of Aragon, Francisco Javier Almiñana, has highlighted that until the end of last August the crime rate in Aragon was 23.20 criminal offenses per thousand inhabitants, “placing Aragón 13.7 points below the national average, with a clarification index of 38.72 percent.” He dedicated part of his speech to the “unit command”, especially to the post commanders to convey to them “the utmost importance they have in achieving the objectives of the institution: Protecting the free exercise of rights and freedoms and guaranteeing citizen security”, indicating that the commanders are “a vital link in the Civil Guard, especially in the territory.” He has entrusted them to be “a daily example” for their subordinates “and a reference for the population” they protect, an “arduous task.” He reminded them that they are part of “a superior unit with which it is essential to align with maximum loyalty to achieve the greatest efficiency in the use of resources and achieve the assigned tasks.” Likewise, he congratulated the civil guards and units decorated at this Thursday’s event, highlighting their “professional commitment” and mentioned the three students, children of civil guards, who have also been awarded for their excellent grades in ESO, obtaining the ‘HABECU’ Award for academic excellence”. Finally, he thanked the veterans awarded in this event, Jesús Aparicio and Pascual Palomar, now retired, for their work.

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