He City Hall of Cadizthrough the Delegation of Democratic Memoryhas edited two didactic notebooks intended for students of 4th of ESO and 2nd of Baccalaureate about him “coup and repression in Cádiz». vox has criticized this new “indoctrination” of the local government of Jose Maria Gonzalez kichiwhat are you looking for “reopen wounds that our grandparents have already closed” and “divide and confront the Spaniards based on the side your grandparents fought on.”
Speaking to OKDIARIO Andalucía, the Vox candidate for Mayor of Cádiz, Francisco Martín, has criticized that «we are facing a new case of indoctrination in the classroom. From Vox we understand that the Cádiz government team is interfering in the parental authority of parents by imparting content that exceeds the education they should receive in schools and institutes.
«What our children must learn at school is Language, Mathematics and the other contents necessary for their school curriculum, and not ideological indoctrination, as the left intends with the laws of historical memory and democratic memory, “said Francisco Martín.
In the same way, the Vox candidate has lamented that what the Kichi City Council intends with these notebooks -you can read them here– is «to reopen wounds that our grandparents already closed, contrary to what the teaching guides themselves proclaim. That is the goal of the left with the laws of memory: divide and confront the Spanish depending on which side your grandparents or great-grandparents fought on. Instead of maintaining their legacy, which was to overcome that fight with generosity and looking to the future, they want to return to the discords of 80 years ago that we thankfully overcome.
In addition, “what these laws also hide is the compadreo of the public administrations with the beach bars of historical memory, who live off the subsidies and public aid and they have no use, beyond spreading a divisive ideology, plugging their friends and taking advantage of the money of all Spaniards; in this case, of all the people of Cádiz”, ditch Francisco Martín in statements to this newspaper.
For his part, the mayor of Cádiz, in a letter to the minor students who will receive these notebooks, points out that “it is the duty of public administrations to provide all the necessary tools so that citizens, and especially the new generations, know all the political and social context of each one of the events that happened in his city».
«And even more important in matters such as democratic memory, in which a part of society insists that it remain forgotten with the excuse of not opening wounds. However, poorly healed wounds are those that continue to ache in the body despite the passing of the years (…). Let them know the history that is hidden behind the names of some streets such as milagros rendon or mayor Manuel de la Pinta, or why others linked to the uprising and coup have disappeared. Only through knowledge can we move towards a more democratic society,” he says. kichi.