Thousands of people took over the four Galician capitals against amnesty this Sunday. The number dance is important between the Government Delegation, which speaks of more than 13,000, and the Popular Party, which doubles the figure to more than 30,000 people in all the events in Pontevedra, A Coruña, Ourense and Lugo.
A Coruña and Pontevedra were the places with the highest attendance and the latter was the one chosen by the Galician leader of the PP and president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda. There, more than 4,000 people according to the police and more than 10,000 according to the protesters collapsed the Plaza de la Peregrina and all its entrances, in an image that has not been remembered since the historic 8M of 2018.
“People are aware that it is a fundamental moment in the history of our country and from Galicia we are not going to allow it,” Alfonso Rueda wanted to make clear, who believes that “the vast majority of Spaniards and Galicians think that there is a president in “functions that, out of pure personal interest, are cutting up Spain and making unequal pieces, favoring some at the expense of harming the rest.”
Alfonso Rueda sees in this massive response “cry” from society that “goes far beyond political positions” and believes that it is a massive response that “is not from the PP, it is from the citizens.” In fact, he was convinced that “many people who are here did not vote for the PP and there may be people from the PSOE who are outraged by what their leader is doing, about this PSOE that he does not recognize.”
Like him, the leader of the local PP, Rafa Domínguez described this “massive” response from citizens as “spectacular” and “incredible” and showed his pride because it represents a forceful response to “defend that all Spaniards are equal” and “that “No politician is above Justice.”