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13:37

National

Confusion after minister's Vatican meeting over moving Franco's body

SUR

Franco from his ceremonial resting place at the Valley of the Fallen Civil War monument. If the removal goes ahead, Franco's grandchildren have said they want a burial in the public crypt of Madrid's Almudena Cathedral, where there is a family tomb. ... Faced with the likelihood that this could turn Franco's grave into even more of a tourist attraction and place of right-wing pilgrimage than now, the government has been searching for a way out of granting the Franco family what is apparently their legal ... government's engagement with the Franco family was a sound approach. The Catholic Church in Spain has previously also expressed its wish to keep out of the controversy.

14:38

LifeStyle

10 MAY 1936 Azaña is elected president of the Republic

Jennie Rhodes

...inevitable, with increasing political violence and the burning of churches and religious imagery. In July 1936 the fascist Falange party was founded, which supported Franco and later formed part of his party. Azaña continued as president until 3 March 1939. ... He fled to France after Catalonia fell to Franco's troops at the beginning of that year. He remained there in exile until his death on 3 November 1940. France's Vichy regime refused to allow Azaña's coffin to be covered in the Spanish Republican

19:08

What to do

The Brigitte Bardot treasure that turned up in an auction

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Moonlight' (1957), one of those foreign films that found an easy passport to post-war Spain when the Franco regime wanted to show the world its apparent openness. The whole history of this film, as well as the iconic BB, was there on a French auction website,

14:29

National

MPs vote to have Franco's body moved from Valle de los Caídos and buried elsewhere

SUR

The process to have the body of dictator General Franco removed from its ceremonial resting place moved an important step closer on Thursday. MPs gave majority approval for the law change that allows the body to be taken out of Valle de Los Caídos, ... a controversial monument near Madrid built on Franco's instructions. All parties voted in favour, except the PP and Ciudadanos parties who abstained. Two PP MPs voted against but later said they made a mistake in their votes. The two abstaining ... parties justified their vote by saying they didn't see the removal as urgent government business. Franco is the only one of the 20,000 people buried in the Valle de Los Caídos, which was excavated in a mountain from 1941 to 1959, who didn't die in the

14:51

LifeStyle

12 July 1979: Dozens die in hotel blaze in Zaragoza

CHARLOTTE WAY

...burns and inhalation of smoke. Among distinguished guests staying at the Corona de Aragón on 12 July were Franco's widow Carmen Polo, her daughter and son-in-law and key military figures. The Academia General Militar, Zaragoza, was due to celebrate the ... inauguration of the new second lieutenants that day, among them Franco's grandson, Cristóbal Martínez Bordiú. The first reports of the flames were received by the fire brigade around 6am. The blaze was declared under control before 9.30am. By then, however,

14:02

National

Spain marks 40th anniversary of referendum that approved the post-Franco democratic constitution

SUR

The Constitution Day public holiday yesterday, 6 December, took on special significance as the country marked the 40th anniversary of the referendum that approved the shape of democracy in Spain after General Franco's dictatorship. On 6 December ... 1978, three years after Franco's death, Spain voted 92 per cent in favour of its new constitution, a document with 169 articles that, among many other things, enshrined the monarch as head of state and ushered in the system of devolved regional ... 40 years since the first post-Franco parliamentary election. Speaking about his father this week, Felipe VI said the retired monarch was "witness and direct participant" in the "deep and decisive transformation" since 1978 in Spain. Yesterday

15:35

National

The valley in which Franco didn't want to be buried

A. AZPIROZ

...minister, Pedro Sánchez made it clear that he would change the present status of the Valley of the Fallen, and that includes removing the remains of dictator Francisco Franco from the mausoleum and burying them elsewhere, something which his socialist ... Franco didn't ask to be buried in this monument, which he ordered to be built in an idyllic setting in the Madrid hills. His intention was to be buried in a chapel at the Mingorrubio cemetery, near El Pardo palace, which is where the remains of his wife, ... Carmen Polo, lie. "There was no way that Franco wanted to go to the Valley of the Fallen," insists Juan de Ávalos, architect, painter and son of the sculptor of the same name who was commissioned to create the statues which adorn the monument.

12:35

National

Politicians vote to try to get Franco’s body moved

M.A. madrid

Opposition MPs have united behind a PSOE party motion to have ex-dictator General Franco’s body removed from its formal resting place at the Valle de los Caídos monastery, near Madrid. As the ruling PP party is against it, any attempt at removal is

14:29

National

New government to go ahead with moving General Franco's remains

SUR

The new PSOE Socialist government of Pedro Sánchez has lost no time in fulfilling its pledge to remove the remains of the former dictator General Franco from his ceremonial burial place in the mountains near Madrid. The new prime minister ... in the Spanish Civil War. The complex was designed by Franco himself and includes the unmarked graves of some 34,000 victims from the 1936-39 conflict. In the last Socialist government of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, steps were taken to start the ... process, under Historical Memory laws, to return Franco's remains to his family, however the later conservative PP government had blocked the move, citing the "opening of old wounds". Sánchez has denied this will happen, saying the removal will be part of a