The PNV pays tribute to the ikurriña, “symbol of union and of a country in motion, under construction”


The operation was carried out this Saturday in Bilbao, on the occasion of the 128th anniversary of the first lift. Parliamentarian Leixuri Arrizabalaga has confirmed that the PNV will continue to work “to build this country, with responsibility, enthusiasm and commitment”.

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The GDP surrendered this Saturday tribute to the ikurriña in the batzoki on Calle Tenderia in Casco Viejo in Bilbao, on the 128th anniversary of his first lifting; in the act, the formation underlined that it represents a symbol of “union and of a country on march”under construction”.

The appointment, which has been suspended for the past two years due to the pandemic, has been intervened by, among others, the burukide of Bizkai Buru Batzar and a parliamentarian Leixuri Arrizabalagawho has confirmed that the PNV will continue to work “to build this country with responsibility, enthusiasm and commitment, always with respect for the will of the people and without impositions”.

Recalling that the street Correo de Bilbao, very close to the place where Saturday’s event took place, was first waved the ikurriña on July 14, 1894, Arrizabalaga emphasized that, years later, “here the PNV continues; here we continue with his wives and men”.

“The ikurriña is the symbol of a country in motion, of a country under construction; a task that the women and men of the PNV take on with responsibility, enthusiasm and commitment. Day after day, without haste, but without pause, working We do it with respect, without impositions, because a country is not built by putting one flag or another on a mast; a country is built out of respect for the will of the people,” he warned.

In this way, it has chosen to “reach a social community that feels identified and represented in some institutions”, within a project that advances “in conscience and will”. “In democracy and in decision-making. Building community, adding new Basque men and women who feel these colors of the ikurriña as their own,” he declared.

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Source: EITB


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