In a statement, the organizations pressed on the prosecution's Office against hate crimes, Spanish Football Federation and Espanyol to work on their own initiative to investigate this incident and to 'take steps to take this action'. those who were responsible for the event. "
The names suggest that the exhibition of Anne Frank's ornament in Barcelona shirt is an invalid display of English and a murder of a Holocaust sufferer "and pointed out that States that it has a responsibility to decentralize and to note these facts about the grievance of the whole community and not just the organizations affected.
This is not the first time that Anne Frank's statue will have appeared at sporting events, since the autumn of 2017. In autumn 2017 Ultras saw Lazio's Roma shirt appearing during a game against Cagliari, causing movement in Italy and Italy. the complaints. Jewish associations of the nation.
"Unfortunately, unlike what happened in Italy, we are not aware that the ETS has taken action or made an excuse statement," said the group, who said it was not a Member Federation. of Spaniard or the Special Cases. Against hate crime has commenced research in this regard.
“History teaches us that hate crime is very dangerous,” he said both species, adding "it's even more if it is used in a sports competition." "EFE
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