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#546. Publicado por Etólogo - Febrero 7, 2007 09:31 PM.

Es verdad. Con lo de los vuelos no habría nada que hacer.

En lo de las fosas no y sí, Migeru, porque la ARMH viene remitiéndose desde hace tiempo a la Resolución 47/133 (18.12.1992) y, caso de ratificar el gobierno de Zapatero, tendrían AÚN MENOS argumentos para seguir toreándolos en el tema de las exhumaciones, las identificaciones ADN, etc. (en este aspecto, lo de la Ley de la Memoria Histórica es un mal chiste).

#546. Published by Etólogo - February 7, 2007 09:31 PM.

That's right. On the [CIA] flights there would be nothing to do.

On the collective graves [from the civil war] yes and no, Migeru, because the ARMH [Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory] has been referring back to Resolution 47/133 (18.12.1992) for quite some time and, in case the government of Zapatero ratifies [the new treaty], they would have EVEN FEWER arguments to continue their delaying tactics onthe issue of unearthings, DNA identifications, and so on. (On this feature, the Law of Historical Meomry is a bad Joke).

"It's the statue, man, The Statue."
by Carrie (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Wed Feb 7th, 2007 at 05:38:33 PM EST
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