The National Police have begun to disperse the protest on Ferraz Street after a group of protesters intensified the throwing of objects and glass bottles at the agents who were behind the fence that guaranteed the security of the PSOE headquarters. The night resulted in at least twelve detainees, as reported by the Government Delegation.
The riot police have proceeded to charge and the first arrests have also occurred in the streets surrounding Ferraz such as Altamirano, Martín de los Heros and Juan Álvarez Mendizábal.
Some 2,000 people gathered tonight at the PSOE headquarters, according to data from the Government Delegation, in a new demonstration on Ferraz Street, specifically the thirteenth.
Under a strong police force, like the one usually available in these concentrations, the protesters have been arriving since 7:00 p.m. at the corner of Ferraz and Marqués de Urquijo streets, carrying flags of Spain and chanting against the former Catalan president. , Carles Puigdemont.
The leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has joined this new afternoon of protests after leaving the chamber of the Congress of Deputies after his intervention, thus preventing Pedro Sánchez's response.
"Now you can throw your lies at whoever wants to listen to you, that we will go together with the Spanish people," Abascal himself announced just before leaving with the rest of the deputies of his group, who also later greeted those gathered in the surrounding area. of Congress who rallied against the amnesty.
Like the previous days, the most heard songs continue to be 'Pedro Sánchez son of a bitch'; 'Spain does not sell itself, Spain defends itself'; 'Sánchez traitor' or 'It's not a headquarters, it's a brothel'
A group of members of the Vox youth movement, Revuelta, also arrived in Ferraz around 8:00 p.m., who decided to first go through Génova Street, where the PP headquarters is located, to the chant of 'PSOE, PP, the same shit is', before joining the participants gathered at the Ferraz.
'Puigdemont to prison' or 'Spain is one and not fifty-one' have resounded again at this point as have loud whistles with pots and pans at the acting president.
There has also been no shortage of insults to the State security forces and bodies with a chant repeated in previous days: 'If you have a subnormal child, don't treat him badly, make it the National Police', as well as to the press, which they call manipulative and "paid for by the Government."
On this occasion, a multitude of banners could be seen that read: 'there will be no peace for traitors', another red one with the PSOE logo covered with black letters of 'coup leader'; another with a yellow background and red letters written in Catalan: 'Squeeze it works' and other large ones that said 'Sánchez traitor' and 'they are not deceiving us, Catalonia is Spain'.