The National Police has cordoned off protesters on the sidewalks in Madrid

Protests against the socialist coup continue in Spain for the 18th consecutive day

Monday is not a usual day for demonstrations in Spain, but protests against the socialist coup to the rule of law continue.

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There have already been 18 consecutive days of protests in Spain against the pact between the Socialist Party (PSOE) of Pedro Sánchez and the fugitive Puigdemont, a pact that is an attack on the separation of powers, on equality before the law and national unity. You can see the images of today's protests here.


There have been 18 consecutive days of protests on Ferraz Street, next to the national headquarters of the PSOE. This Monday the Police cordoned off the protesters on the sidewalks, threatening them with sanctions if they invaded the road. All this while the Sánchez government, which is the one that orders these police deployments, intends to grant amnesty even for terrorist crimes. Photos: @Monolocus / @EnriqueNDF / @borja_montoro_c.


Protest in front of the PSOE headquarters, with the assistance of the vice president of the Regional Government of Castilla y León, Juan García-Gallardo, of Vox. Photos: @juan_ggallardo.

Ciudad Real

Protest in front of the PSOE headquarters. Photo: VOX Ciudad Real capital.

Don Benito


This Monday the first call of the Revuelta youth association in the city was held in Vigo, with a protest in front of the PSOE headquarters on Urzáiz Street. Photos: Elentir.


Main photo: @borja_montoro_c.

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