On the eve of Columbus Day, when Mexican President Andres López Obrador asked Spain to apologize for colonization, the party put forward two initiatives in the Spanish Congress.
Madrid. (European media)-Vox has put forward two initiatives in Congress, asking the government to organize a tribute to Hernán Cortés on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the conquest of Mexico, and asking the Aztec country to ensure that it is in the capital Of a church.
On the eve of Columbus Day, when Mexican President Andrés López Obrador asked Spain to apologize for colonization, Vox promoted these measures, complaining that the five hundred years of conquering Mexico had not attracted attention.
On August 13, 1521, the army of Extremadura Hernán Cortés entered the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan and captured the last An emperor Cuauhtémoc, thus ending the conquest of Mexico that began seven years ago.
Vox acknowledged that “the Spanish presence in the United States, especially in its earliest stages, is not immune to abuse”, but emphasized that the movement gave way to a new society that added other areas of Spain, created the Spanish and changed The history of the world.
They recalled that the Spanish monarchy had freed pre-Columbians from slavery, cannibalism, and human sacrifice. Santiago Abbascal’s political party collected testimony from intellectuals from different periods, including Indalecio Preto, to conceal Spain’s presence in America.
For all these reasons, “the competent authority to propagate, disseminate, publicize, and strengthen important figures and events in the country’s history is considered absolutely necessary, because people who don’t understand its history are doomed to disappear,” he argued.
In this sense, in one of the initiatives accessible to Europa Press, Vox urged the government to “promote the dissemination and promotion of the figures of Hernan Cortes de Monro and Pizarro Altamirano through national institutions. Because of his significant contributions to the world’s history of military, particularly the greatness and importance of Spain.
In another non-legal proposal, which also intends to debate in the Cultural Commission, the government was asked to “perform necessary diplomatic procedures before the administration of the United Mexican States in order to organize and properly sign the tomb of Hernán Cortes to allow him to visit.”