The Casares Quiroga House wears the flag of the Republic | Radio Coruña

The Casares Quiroga House Museum today wears the flag of the Second Republic in commemoration of its 85th anniversary. The Commission for the Recovery of the Historical Memory of A Coruña had requested, by means of a letter, that the Palacio de María Pita display the republican flag on the façade of the City Council for this commemoration. For its president, Fernando Souto, that the flag of the Republic should be seen in an official building on a day like today is an advance.

The Commission has also submitted this request to be carried out in the municipalities of Oleiros, Cambre, Culleredo, Betanzos, Sada and Bergondo.

It defends that placing the flag of the republic is legal, according to the doctrine of the San Sebastián audience.

At eight o’clock in the afternoon, the presentation of the book Cartas no exilio about the childhood of María Casares with the author, María Lopo, presented by Manolo Rivas in a ceremony with Mayor Xulio Ferreiro, is held at the Casares Quiroga House Museum.

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