The spokesman for Ciudadanos in Parliament, Nacho Martín Blanco, explained this Thursday that they will ask the Board of the Catalan Chamber to install security cameras after assuring that they have stolen a Spanish flag that was "hanging freely" in one of the offices of his team of advisors from the parliamentary group.
In a statement, Ciudadanos has described what happened as intolerable, taking into account that other parties also "hang their partisan symbols inside their offices", and has announced that they will "obviously" put up the Spanish flag again.
Martín Blanco has assured that it is "intolerable" and "very serious" that "someone has stolen the flag of Spain" from an office of his group, when "other parties hang their partisan symbols inside their offices".
The Ciudadanos spokesperson has announced that the liberal party will request permission from the Parliamentary Board to install security cameras in its premises to "protect" the "right to have the symbology" that it considers "most appropriate" and to "prevent it from happening new” this type of theft.
"Curiously, it is the flag of Spain that is always despised by some," Martín Blanco lamented.