Support the dignity manifesto

After ETA’s announcement of a permanent ceasefire on 20 October 2011, victims of terrorism and civil society are forced to demand a scene dominated by dignity. In order to achieve it, it is imperative that public authorities, political and social agents take a stance against ETA’s political project. It is also vital to flee from the trivialisation that the taking in of the perspective of those who justify brutal murders constitutes, to say no to judicial and historical impunity, to say no to a fraudulent penitentiary policy and to demand an end to ETA based on the decency of those who believe that ETA’s defeat is a debt incurred in by the Rule of Law with every citizen.

I support the dignity manifesto

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