By Linda Hall • 30 March 2020 • 13:47
MANOLO ESCOBAR, One of Spain’s most popular singers, credit: Pedro Andreo
NOT everybody in Calpe appreciates the music from Proteccion Civil megaphones as their vehicles patrol the streets.
This tends to be marches played in parades and processions, Spain’s national anthem and undeniably cheesy songs from the late Manolo Escobar.
A spokesman from the Compromis party contacted the local government, maintaining that it was “inappropriate” to use an official public address system for music that had “political undertones” or at the very least could not be considered neutral.
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