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Popular municipal group statement on October 12, national holiday day (10/10/2017)

The celebration of October 12, Fiesta de la Hispanidad, is a recognition of all that unites us with the community of nations in which Spain has left a legacy of civilization and culture.

Among these ties, the commitment to the rule of law in the defense of liberty, human rights and peaceful coexistence under the rule of law, the foundation of constitutional Spain, is essential today.

For this reason, on October 12, National Holiday Day, we renew our vocation to strengthen Constitutional Spain committed to the values ​​of freedom, equality, justice and political pluralism.

With the will to share that "suggestive project of life in common" that Ortega y Gasset identified as the historical foundation of every solidly constituted nation.

We celebrate the principles that underlie our model of coexistence: national sovereignty, separation of powers and the rule of law.

We must value the extraordinary legacy of democratic coexistence in peace and freedom;

the immense patrimony of the social, economic and cultural advances that have allowed us to make Spain a much better country.

A great country.

Today more than ever, we celebrate the Spain of freedom and unity.

United from respect for differences and linked in turn to a united Europe, a fundamental guarantee for Spain's success in the face of the challenges of our time.

Together we are freer, together we are stronger.

That is why, on October 12, it represents the feast of national unity and, at the same time, the feast of a community, Iberoamericana, capable of combining the diversity of its peoples and cultures with a sense of belonging to a historical legacy that is projected to the future and that knows no barriers, borders or continents.

The Flag symbolizes the Nation.

The King is a symbol of the unity of Spain and permanence.

Both represent the supreme values ​​of the Constitution of Concord.

This year also, the celebration of the National Holiday takes on a singular importance.

The challenge to the Constitution, the law and the rule of law - the pillars of our democracy and freedom - raised by the Catalan independentistas deserves a peaceful, festive and multitudinous response from all Spaniards who are proud of the framework of liberties and prosperity that, among all, we provided through the 1978 constitutional pact.

Therefore, from the Popular Group in the City of Jumilla we invite all citizens to manifest on the day of the National Holiday, their commitment to constitutional Spain, which we have built among all and which is the best guarantee of prosperity and growth for future generations.

We encourage you to install banners in your houses, as a symbol of that united Spain, whose sovereignty resides in the ensemble of the Spanish People.

Those who appreciate and respect our national symbols, the vast majority of Spaniards, have an obligation to defend them and to make them respected in accordance with the law.

And a good way to claim them is to show them with pride in our cities, in our neighborhoods and in our institutions.

And that is why we are asking the mayor to install the national flag on the Paseo, from where it should not be removed.

And we congratulate the Civil Guard on their Patron's Day, which is also celebrated on this date.

There is no freedom without security and the Civil Guard along with the rest of the State Security Corps and Forces are the best guarantee of our freedom.

PP Municipal Group in the City of Jumilla

Alicia Abellán Martínez

Enrique Jiménez Sánchez

Mari Carmen Cruz Vicente

Francisco Martínez Escandell

Juan Calabuig Martínez

Antonio Valero Simón

Aitor Jiménez Poveda

Noelia García Castillo

Source: PP Jumilla

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