The Civil Guard has been sent to the Central Court of Instruction Number 6 of the National audience the final report on Democratic Tsunami where he describes it as “a platform that did not arise spontaneously, but was the result of a carefully planned strategy to protest against the sentence of the trial of the process” and that “served as a destabilizing element and political pressure through large-scale social mobilization.”
In the report, to which EL MUNDO has had access, the judicial police highlight the key role of the ERC leader, Marta Rovira,who from the beginning showed his support for Tsunami Democràtic and had prior knowledge “of, at least, certain actions of the platform.”
Tsunami Democràtic’s strategy and roadmap consisted of “the execution of large-scale actions that mobilized thousands of people and compromised the economic, social, business and institutional stability of Spain.” Considering the result of the actions carried out by Tsunami Democràtic, it can be said that there was “a serious alteration of order and public peace in which there were moments in which the physical integrity of users of public roads was put at risk, as well as the freedom and heritage of many citizens of Catalonia”, emphasizes the Armed Institute.
The Civil Guard explains that shortly after Tsunami Democràtic emerged “it received direct support from various and prominent figures on the Catalan political spectrum, and leading leaders of the independence movement, such as the former president of the Generalitat. Carles Puigdemont or the former vice-president of the Generalitat, Oriol Junqueras, who gave it a role “sufficient to act as a vehicle platform and official communication channel for the mobilizations.” However, the report highlights that “the personality who most quickly” supported Tsunamic was Rovira, who would have acted as a liaison between the platform and its alleged political leadership.
The agents identify Rovira with a user named ‘scrubs’ who “carried out coordination tasks for the movement in relation to the search for institutional support and his political party.”