Archbishop of Valencia laments lack of information in Spain on referendum

.- Archbishop Agustin Garcia-Gasco of Valencia, Spain, said this week information about the implications of approving the European Constitution through referendum were “very poor and insufficient.” Speaking to the Avan news agency, the archbishop said that while the referendum itself was of little real impact, it was important to participate and “to exercise the right and duty proper to a democratic society.”

Archbishop Garcia-Gasco, who made his comments after casting his own vote, warned against assigning useless meaning to the referendum and getting distracted by secondary problems, “when there are more urgent and important” problems that need to be faced and clarified.


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