Police disperse protesters in Madrid with gas as protests against PSOE pacts spread throughout Spain

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The National Police this Monday, after 9:30 p.m., the demonstration in which thousands of people were protesting against the amnesty and the pacts with separatism in front of the PSOE headquarters on the street Ferraz of Madrid. After minutes of tension at the head of the road, the agents prevented several attempts to break the barrier with charges and gas, which caused running and nervousness in the surrounding streets for several minutes.

After the protesters dispersed slightly, the riot police took positions to prevent the protesters from regrouping and cleared the area around the rally. One person was arrested for pushing an agent, according to the Government Delegation, and a dozen were slightly injured. He Samur had to treat 10 minor injuries due to itchy eyes, an asthma attack and one injured due to a gash in the head, according to Emergencies Madrid, informa Luis F. Durán.

Tension had been growing throughout the afternoon in the first rows of a rally that attracted thousands of people in front of the PSOE headquarters to protest against the amnesty and demand that the acting president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, It does not consummate its pacts with the pro-independence formations, necessary for the left to be able to revalidate a new mandate in La Moncloa. The protest grew significantly in number compared to those on Friday and Saturday, and on this occasion they had the participation of the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, and several components of the party’s leadership, such as its political vice president, Jorge Buxadé.

At the same time, the demonstrations have been reproduced in dozens of Spanish provincial capitals, with thousands of people also protesting in front of the PSOE headquarters in Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Seville, Badajoz, Valladolid, Salamanca, Pamplona and Oviedo, among other locations.

“It is the worst moment of our democracy without a doubt. We are not going to allow it. We have a duty to be on the streets,” said the president of Vox, who this Tuesday will meet with the territorial vice presidents of the party to address the situation and plan the action plan against the amnesty in the streets, parliaments and courts.

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