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The PSE leader has that the ETA truce is "good news that we know should should be handled with prudence and knowing the gravity of the situation", and asked of all the parties "repsosbility" and unity "without division." In any case, the 'road map' is marked by the reolution of the Congress, and "all should run  by this" and what "will be or might be the guarantee of the State of Law and democracy without paying a political price, wining peace and liberty, he indicated.


El líder del PSE ha dicho que la tregua de ETA es una "buena noticia que hay que saber administrar con prudencia y sabiendo estar a la altura de las circunstancias", así que ha pedido a los partidos "responsabilidad" y unidadan y "sin fisuras". "En todo caso, la 'hoja de ruta' está marcada por la resolución del Congreso" y "todos debiéramos discurrir por ella", lo que "será o puede ser la garantía de que el Estado de Derecho y la democracia, sin pagar un precio político, gana la paz y la libertad", ha señalado.

I'm listening to Cadena Ser, the major radio network in Spain, and Zapatero is on now saying the same things that El Pais attributed to Patxi Lopez.

And I'll give my consent to any government that does not deny a man a living wage-Billy Bragg

by ManfromMiddletown (manfrommiddletown at lycos dot com) on Wed Mar 22nd, 2006 at 10:36:10 AM EST

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