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Archbishop urges catholics to vote for extreme right parties
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thinkSPAIN , Monday, May 7, 2007

The leader of the Catholic Church in Navarra, Fernando Sebastián Aguilar, who is the archbishop of Pamplona and the bishop of Tudela, has recommended catholics to vote for extreme right parties such as the Spanish Falange.

In the third chapter of a document entitled 'The Church's current situation' presented in León on the 17th March, the archbishop expresses his support for "political parties that are faithful to the Church's social doctrine in its entirety, such as the Traditionalist Catholic Communion, Alternative Spain, the Catholic Legion of Political Action, and the JONS Spanish Falange. All of these parties are often overlooked, but have a testimonial value that might justify a vote. They have little chance of influencing political life, although they could form useful alliances if they receive the support of enough catholics."

 
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