Declaration Statement

By | October 3, 2013

Anti-terrorist sources believe that they announced their separation to ETA. They are two of the most important heads of the last decade. Batasuna, which is a legal organization in France, has announced that on Monday, November 12 former heads of ETA Mikel Albisu Antza and Anboto Iparragirre Marisol be made an important statement at the Paris Palace of justice where they face one of their multiple trials. Anti-terrorist sources consulted have shown his astonishment by the announcement and believe unlikely Antza and Anboto, appointed in June the EPPK, the collective of prisoners of ETA spokesmen, issued a statement on behalf of the band terrorist, something very unusual, since the EPPK often make their own releases apart from ETA.

So it is likely that the couple of ETA make a statement personally that both unlinks ETA and armed struggle, and bet only on roads policies, calling even on the direction of the band which renounces weapons. If so, it would be a heavy blow to an already very weakened ETA. Mikel Antza was the head of the political apparatus of ETA and number one of the terrorist until his arrest on October 3, 2004 organization, while his girlfriend Anboto was responsible for the finances of ETA unit. They are probably the most important heads of ETA in the last decade and his statement will not be trivial, they point to the same sources. Some anti-terrorist services experts believe that ETA could announce shortly an offer of total disarmament in exchange for a solution agreed for their prisoners. Batasuna, according to Vasco Press Agency, has contextualized the Declaration that will perform the two ETA leaders on the anniversary of the International Conference of San Sebastian and the subsequent declaration of the band announcing the resignation of terrorism. See more: two ETA exjefes will make an “important statement” on Monday a French Court.