Here’s a pretty good sign that things are changing at all levels of government. Spain seeks to remedy action taken as far back as 1492. -LW
Spain’s government published a list of 5000 names and 220 Jewish name that will be recognized after more than 500 years of being excluded. Days ago, the Spanish parliament began an analysis to restore citizenship to the descendants of the Jews expelled in 1492.
Those who have these surnames prove whether or not living in Spain may obtain dual citizenship. “Those foreigners Sephardic proving that condition and its special link with our country, even without legal residence in Spain, whatever their ideology, religion or beliefs,” says Article 23 of the Civil Code.