The Spanish government refuses to reveal the Franco-era documents as the Spanish Defence Minister Pedro Morenés said that the government “does not consider it a priority.”
According to Spanish daily El Pais, the material in question comprises 10,000 folders and classified documents under the 1968 Official Secrets Act, which doesn’t allow access to historians and the public to learn more about the Civil War era. Morenés also claimed that the Spanish state do not have the economic resources to ...
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