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Our shared values of humanism and democracy are stronger than any act of terror. #TotsambBCN

Once again, we are shocked and heartbroken by another outrageous terror attack in less than a week — this time in Barcelona. An attack on this city’s people, on Spain, on Europe and on the values we all share at DiEM25.
Once again, and as we expressed a few days ago, as DiEM25 we are steadfast in our opposition to all forms of discrimination, misanthropy and hate — whether they occur in the streets of Charlottesville or in Barcelona.
Once again, we are reminded in times of tragedy that our shared values of humanism and democracy are stronger than any act of terror.
We extend our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those killed and wish a speedy recovery to all those who have been injured. We also stand with Barcelona’s Mayor, our dear friend Ada Colau, and with the Spanish authorities during this difficult time.
 

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