The City Council of Huesca has discovered this Saturday the plate that gives the name of a posthumous street to the journalist Antonio Angulo Araguás, who was director of the Diario del Alto Aragón for 26 years and who died on February 15 at the age of 75. This is the section located between Mariano Cavia and José Gil Cávez streets and where the newspaper is based. The emotional act was attended by his widow, Pilar Bestué, his two sons, Luis and Juan, and numerous relatives, friends and political figures from different fields.
This tribute was unanimous agreement of all the municipal groups of the City Council, as highlighted by the mayor of Huesca, Luis Felipe, who praised the figure of Antonio Angulo “because through his profession as a teacher of journalists he has been making city and province”. In addition, he has valued his style “calm, calm, balanced in making informed decisions and honest”.
Meanwhile, their children have thanked this recognition on behalf of the whole family. “It is a great honor that this street, with everything it represents and has represented for my father, will have his name. When they told us about it, it was a tremendous joy at a time when we were very sad”, they have said. They have also valued all the signs of affection received since his death “because it helps us and has comforted our hearts a lot”. Despite the sadness They want to keep the happy moments “because my father has had a wonderful and fulfilling life that we should all aspire to”Luis and Juan Angulo have stated.
The former president of the Government of Aragon Marcelino Iglesiasjournalist Ramon Buetas and the former secretary of the Government Subdelegation Francis Pascau, close friends of Antonio Angulo, have taken the floor to praise his professional and especially human figure. In the act they have acted the Pipers of Graus since the honoree was born in examplea core of this Ribagorzana town in 1946.
They have also attended, among others, the former mayor Luis Acinthe Government delegate in Aragon, Serrano Rosethe president of the Diputación Provincia de Huesca, Michael Gracethe mayor of Graus, Gemma Betorzthe president of the Hoya de Huesca region, Jesus Alfaroand the CEO of HENNEO, Inigo de Yarza López-Madrazo.
Angulo graduated in Law from the Central University of Barcelona and in Information Sciences from the Autonomous University. His beginnings as a journalist were linked to very diverse media. However, his professional career was indelibly linked to the Huesca newspaper Diario del AltoAragón, which directed between 1984 and 2011.