Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Basque separatists announce cease-fire.

MADRID (AFP) - The armed Basque separatist organisation ETA announced it is declaring a permanent ceasefire, a condition set by Spain's government for the opening of talks with the group. "ETA has decided to declare a permanent ceasefire from March 24, 2006," the organisation said in a statement.
"The aim of this decision is to launch a democratic process in the Basque Country. ... At the end of this process, Basque citizens will be able to have a voice and the power to decide their future. "An end to the conflict is possible today and now," it said. "This is the hope and desire of ETA."
Good, one less argument for liberals - see, even these people look for compromise, it's only Islamic terrorists and Islamofascists whose sole goal is to murder as many people as possible before meeting Allah.


Blogger Gray Wolf said...

This, if true, is good news for Spain. Let's hope that ETA keeps its' word.

3:46 PM, March 26, 2006  

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