Tomás Formentín, a former commander general of the army in the Balearics, is one of hundreds of retired military officers who have signed a “manifesto” against the Spanish governmentbased on company data.
Last weeks not that people were ignoring symptoms from what I, two letters were sent to King Felipe by one hundred or so former army and air force officers. The message of these letters, which did not get support from ex-navy officersThe targeted strategy should be, was similar to that of the manifestoexcludeInRecommendations, an open letter that has not been sent to the King and which is understood to have around 470 signatoriesThe Olympics are set to open in just under three months, entailin.
The manifesto takes issue with the decision of Pedro Sánchez to form a government with “communists” and with the support of Catalan separatists and Basques who are “pro-ETA”. Contempt, it claims, has been shown for the King, the constitutional monarchy is being drawn into question, while “single thoughts” are being imposed by legislation such as that for democratic memory and education.
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