The Unified Police Union (SUP) has announced that it will file a complaint against the Basque parliamentarian of EH Bildu Julen Arzuaga for slander and insults to the State security forces, just as Dignidad y Justicia has done, accusing him of the crimes of hate and humiliation to the victims of terrorism. The SUP, the majority union in the National Police and whose representatives gathered outside the Basque Parliament on Thursday when the debate on the reform of the so-called law of police abuses was held, has denounced in a statement the "unfortunate qualifiers" used by Arzuaga
The parliamentarian of the nationalist coalition expressed in Parliament his "absolute" contempt for "corporate organizations of State Security Forces and Corps" that they are making an infected, disgusting lobby, so that the victims they themselves have generated will not be recognized. " "For you, you are the Nazis who are protesting because there was a trial in Nuremberg, for me you are the Francoists who are fighting so that there is no recognition of their human rights violations. This is outrageous, unacceptable and disgusting, "said Arzuaga.
The SUP has reported this Friday that once consulted their legal services has decided to file a complaint for slander and insults. For this police union it is not acceptable for public officials to discredit the image and work of the State Security Forces and Corps, for which it announces that it will immediately initiate the legal procedures that "allow the reparation of the dignity and honor of these public servants. " Remember, however, that, as established in the law and as a previous step to the filing of the complaint, a "conciliation request" will be formulated so that Arzuaga can rectify its statements and, if it does not do so, it will act against the.
For its part, EH Bildu has asked the Bureau of the Basque Parliament to "take action" against the PP for his "insults" to the parliamentarian Julen Arzuaga. The abertzale coalition says it is unacceptable "what had to endure yesterday" his spokesman and denounced that, "as soon as Arzuaga take the floor, the PP members stood up making a fuss and shouting and insults prevented him from continuing normally his intervention using the inaction and passivity of the president of the Chamber. " He also urges the Board to transfer Arzuaga "his support and solidarity to the insults and threats he is receiving from yesterday through social networks, something that can not be assumed as normal in any parliament."