The remains of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco have been
relocated to a mausoleum to a low-key grave, about 44 years after his death.
The relocation is a fulfillment of the government’s pledge
to stop the glorification of fascist leaders.
The initial attempts by the family to challenge the
relocation of the remains in court were unsuccessful.
On Thursday, the family arrived at the Valley of the Fallen
for the long-awaited exhumation. Media were barred from the private event that
was attended by the justice minister, an expert in forensics and a priest.
A crane was used to lift a concrete slab covering the
coffin, which was later transported by a helicopter.
The government said it wanted to preserve the mausoleum as
“a place of commemoration, remembrance and homage to the victims of the
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