The contemporary political history of the Kingdom of Spain

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A Brief History Of The Armed Struggle Of GRAPO In Spain
From Association Of Relatives And Friends Of Political Prisoners (AFAPP), 24 May 1999. The First of October Anti-Fascist Resistance Groups (GRAPO) were formed in the summer of 1975. At that time twenty members of the Re-Constituted Spanish Communist Party (PCE-r), an underground party formed five months before, carried out their first armed action against the fascist security forces.
Human rights vital for the peace of Spain and the Basque Country
News Release Issued by the International Secretariat of Amnesty International News Service, 24 June 1999. Future peace in the Basque Country depends on resolving certain human rights concerns that for years have soured relations between the Basque Country and the Spanish authorities.
Immigrant Bill Approved in Blow to Gov't
By Alicia Fraerman, InterPress Service, 22 December 1999. The Spanish government suffered a major defeat Wednesday as parliament passed a law on foreigners, with an absolute majority voting in favour, while the only votes against were cast by legislators from the governing centre-right Popular Party (PP).
Let's Talk about Spanish Imperialism
By Francisco Brotons Beneyto, Northstar Compass, November 2000. The imperialist character of the Spanish State does not come from owning colonies in North Africa, but its character as a monopolist country ruled by a financial oligarchy and exploits economically other peoples and other nations and from the fact that it takes its part in the plundering and domination of other countries through participation in NATO.