Franco Out of Spain Spain's parliament is debating a law that seeks to right the wrongs committed by the dictatorship of Gen. Francisco Franco through reparations and a ban of symbols and references to his regime in public buildings.
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Franco Out of Spain

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Franco Out of Spain

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Franco Out of Spain

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Spain's Parliament today began debate on a bill that, if passed, would allow families of the victims of the Spanish Civil War to claim financial damages. It would also remove references to Francisco Franco, the former dictator, in many public spaces.

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Jerome Socolovsky, Freelance reporter