Juan Jose Ibarretxe

Juan Jose Ibarretxe has been quoted 9 times. The two most recent articles where Juan Jose Ibarretxe has been quoted are Basque Nationalists' hold on power under threat and Madrid says ETA will gain nothing from TV blast. Most recently, Juan Jose Ibarretxe was quoted as having said, “Only those who take part can change things. I might make mistakes, but I will give my all and I will always be faithful to this country.”.

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ETA is superfluous to the Basque society, it is superfluous to our lives. We need to life in peace. Nothing has done more harm to the Basque people, in the world, than ETA's violence, nothing.

Only those who take part can change things. I might make mistakes, but I will give my all and I will always be faithful to this country.

They even dare to say that attacks against the sons of the Basque people, like this bomb at EITB, is a way of building a Basque community. What a strange way of building, killing their children. What a curious way of building, destroying the buildings.

Similar consultation is allowed in other independence documents in Spain. This consultation is democratic because there's nothing more democratic than consulting people to find out and listen to public opinion.

It's simply unacceptable that subjects the prime minister has discussed and negotiated with ETA, about which I don't wish to comment, he will not discuss and negotiate with the me, the legitimate democratic representative chosen by the Basque citizens.

For me, the question is not solved at all, no way. My hand is still there to shake, and the offer to reach a deal is still open, as well as my agenda.

You can't criminalize dialogue. I agree that a prime minister should not be above the law, but it's wrong for me to be condemned for carrying out a social engagement with Basque society.

The main question is how to advance the peace process, and find political agreements.

Basque society no longer permits and will never again permit violence among its people; violence is over.

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