Several PSOE headquarters woke up this Friday covered in graffiti, including that of Brussels, a city in which the formation of Pedro Sanchez has signed the investiture pact with Carles Puigdemont. “This act of vandalism is an attack on democracy and the constitutional values that our party, with more than 140 years of history, represents,” the socialists have denounced through the social network X.
The attacks occurred after various protest demonstrations were called last night, the main one in front of the headquarters on Ferraz Street in Madrid, where some 8,000 people gathered to censure the concessions to the independence movement in exchange for the permanence of the president of the Government in office in La Moncloa. The rally ended with police charges and six arrests for public disorder.
The Catalan socialists have also reported that several headquarters have been vandalized in towns such as Ripollet, Barberà and Montcada. The deputy in Congress Paco Aranda He claims that they have been “visited” by the “nocturnal, anonymous, mononeuronal and fascist mob.” “It seems that there are those who follow the instructions given to them very well. They will not be able to break us. It is the consequence of sowing hatred, of giving cover to intolerants, ultras and fascists,” she laments.
Graffiti of “traitors”, “Spain is not for sale” and “Sánchez Judas” were also visible this morning on the facades of the PSOE headquarters in Palencia, Majadahonda (Madrid) and Vimianzo (La Coruña).