A 12-page report signed by the government delegation of Madrid concludes that the remains of Francisco Franco should under no circumstances be buried in the crypt that the dictator's family has in the cathedral of La Almudena, according to the newspaper El País on Thursday. The government moves away from public order, risk of terrorist threat, collapse in the area or confrontation between detractors and supporters of the dictator inside the crypt.
The document of the government delegation will serve the Executive of Pedro Sánchez to reject the request of the Franco family to inhumar the remains in the cathedral of Madrid.
Since the Government of Pedro Sánchez announced his decision to remove the remains of Francisco Franco from the Valley of the Fallen, the family has tried to stop exhumation.
The Supreme Court has refused to provisionally paralyze the procedures agreed by the Council of Ministers to exhume the dictator, thus discarding the appeal filed by his family. On December 17, the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court rejected the Franco's first attempt to paralyze the exhumation. The Supreme Court argued that "the agreement appealed does not in itself justify the exhumation of the remains of Mr. Francisco Franco Bahamonde nor does it produce an irreversible situation that would make the appeal lose its purpose".
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