What has this story got to do with the Spanish Constitution?
I think this is a Democratic farm!
In this farm, the same as in Spain,
the animals have got RIGHTS.
In the story, we can find some, and these are the posters the children made to explain them:
|The SPANISH CONSTITUTION says that SPAIN is a DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY.|
It also says what RIGHTS we have got:
|We have the RIGHT to think whatever we want, but we SHOULD NOT force others to think|
as we do.
|We have the RIGHT to say what we want, but.....|
|we SHOULD NOT insult or lie.|
|We have the RIGHT to publish our thoughts and opinions, but...|
|We SHOULD NOT publish others' private life or things that are not true.|
|We have the RIGHT to form associations, but....|
|We SHOULD NOT be in an association that harms us or others.|
|We have the RIGHT to participate in public demonstrations, but...|
|We SHOULD first inform the authorities.|
|Like the animals in the story, we have the RIGHT to go on strike, but...|
|We SHOULD have a very good reason for it.|