Minute of silence for the cruel death in the line of duty of two civil guards in Barbate


At 12:00 p.m. today, Monday, February 12, a minute of silence was held at the doors of the Torrevieja City Hall, called by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), for the cruel death in the act of service of two civil guards, in the Cádiz town of Barbate, on the night of February 9, on tasks to combat drug trafficking.

A minute of silence that has brought together numerous residents of Torrevieja, as a show of support and solidarity with the families of the deceased civil guards and in recognition of the great work carried out by the members of the State Security Corps and Forces .

The mayor of Torrevieja, Eduardo Dolón, has expressed his most sincere condolences and that of all Torrevieja residents to the families of the two civil guards who have lost their lives in the act of service and to the entire Civil Guard body, deeply rooted historically in Our city. Finally, Eduardo Dolón thanked the massive attendance of people this morning at this minute of silence, and demanded that the Government of Spain make all possible means available to the State security forces and bodies so that they can carry out their work in complete safety so that these brutal events do not occur again.