Blast at Spanish opposition office, no one hurt
An explosive device damaged the regional headquarters of Spain’s main opposition party in the city of Valencia on Saturday, the emergency services there said.
No one was injured in the blast outside the building housing the Popular Party office, they said. Police cordoned off the area but there was no immediate word on who was responsible.
Spain is due to hold municipal elections across the country on May 27 and campaigning started in earnest on Friday.
According to the article, the explosion might be related to ETA.
Whether it is or not, it certainly has to do with the elections; obviously, to intimidate the opposition.
Unluckily, this hasn’t been the only attack on PP or other opposition parties. While it’s true that PP members has been attacked 8 times by now, also other little parties such as Ciutadans, have seen their members also menaced.
And today is the 5th day of the campaign!!