El alcalde de Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, ha asegurado que no hay justificación para la violencia
This morning (June 6th) the people of Adeje joined with many thousands across the United Kingdom in observing a minute’s silence in condemnation of the terrorist attacks in London over the weekend.
The Adeje mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, said there was “no justification for violence and we are demonstrating our utter rejection of these attacks as well as standing shoulder to shoulder with the victims, their families and the people of London”.
Many British and other European residents of Adeje came to the Town Hall to stand with the mayor and councillor and staff. Afterwards they thanked Adeje for this demonstration of solidarity.
Department of Communications
The following is the statement made by the Mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodriguez Fraga, on the assassination of León politician Isabel Carrasco, and was followed by a minute silence on the steps of the Adeje Town Hall yesterday, May 13th, at midday.
“This minute silence is a show of solidarity and a total rejection of a dreadful act which leaves us all wondering how to advance when politics has this reputation of such acrimony.
“Solidarity with those thousands and thousands of politicians who dedicate their lives to looking after their fellow citizens.
“It is particularly sad that there are ambiguous and confusing messages appearing on social networks showing a simply contemptible attitude towards the death of a person. Let us all remember that Spain is a free country where the rights of and justice for everyone exists and works side by side.
“AT TIMES LIKE THIS THERE ARE NO (POLITICAL) COLOURS”