BBC World News, 29 November 2011
A commission set up by the Spanish government has recommended that the remains of General Francisco Franco should be exhumed.
The dictator’s tomb is inside a Catholic basilica, at a politically divisive civil war memorial.
The site, near Madrid, has been a rallying point for the far right.
The commission said the remains of Gen Franco – who ruled between 1936 and his death in 1975 – should be handed over to his family for reburial. (more…)