Father Pablo Iglesias The accusations against the Iglesias family have already it cost two fines Hermann Tertsch
L a spokesman for the Popular Party, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo and the vice president of the government, Pablo Iglesias, staged a tense moment on the rostrum of the Congress . During an intervention of the same, attacking Pablo Iglesias, he indicated that the vice-president of the government was "son of a terrorist."
Among other things, Álvarez de Toledo accused Iglesias of having "intimacy with the underworld of ETA " and also "complacency with violence". He called him "Trojan donkey of democracy, ambassador of the ETA members" and among his accusations were having "a plan against democracy", "violating the rights of the Spanish", "sponsoring those who seek the destruction of the State "," legitimize violence "," use the pandemic to impose his project "and, finally, connecting him with the late President of Venezuela Hugo Chávez the Ayatollahs of Iran and other leaders of that style.
Pablo Iglesias, who spoke of the PP's "lack of connection" with reality, always addressed her as "Mrs. Marquesa" . She replied: "you are the son of a terrorist, you belong to that aristocracy, that of political crime" referring to the militancy in the FRAP of Iglesias's father. He pointed out that her father will be asked to file a complaint against her, as he did with the now Vox MEP Hermann Tertsch, who had to compensate him after losing the trial.
The father of Pablo Iglesias is Francisco Javier Iglesias Pérez, labor inspector and university professor.
Francisco Javier Iglesias was a member of the Communist Party of Spain (Marxist-Leninist), a of the splits that arose in the Communist Party of Spain after Santiago Carrillo promoted the doctrine of 'Eurocommunism' in the early 1970s.
FRAP was a terrorist group, linked to the Communist Party of Spain (Marxist- Leninist) who acted from 1973 to 1978. They committed three murders and caused several injuries. Three of its members were part of the last group shot by Franco, in September 1975.
There is no legal accusation against the father of Pablo Iglesias . Political allegations circulated on social networks for having participated in the murder of police officer José Antonio Fernández Gutiérrez, on May 1, 1973. However, at that time he was in prison for distributing illegal propaganda.
The journalist and now Vox MEP Hermann Tertsch was sentenced in June 2019 to compensate Pablo Iglesias' father with 15,000 euros for "illegitimate interference" and "violation of the right to honor, privacy and own image ". Tertsch launched two tweets linking Francisco Javier Iglesias to the 1973 murder. Before, he also had to pay 12,000 euros to the Iglesias family for linking his grandfather with similar events in times of the Civil War.