The family has not yet decided where the relics of the dictator Francis Franco are placed.
The family of the former dictator Francis Franco will take care of his remains after their Spanish government has excavated the mausoleum. AP reported on Saturday with a call to his family members.
"Of course we take care of the remains of my old father," Franco's grandson Francis Franco told La Razón. "We will not leave them in the hands of the government."
He criticized the decision to cast out Franco, but also said that the family did not intend to fight the legislation of the Spanish central government. On Friday, he approved a legislative amendment that would allow the excavation of the former dictator and the transfer of his remains from a controversial mausoleum.
The family decides to save the remains in the next 15 days, Franco & # 39; s grandson said.
The removal of remains from the Valley of the Fallen, the mausoleum that Franco had built 50 kilometers from Madrid, will become a serious event in Spain, where he still did not heal the social and political wounds of the civil war of 1936-1939.