MADRID, 16 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Hundreds of people have gathered again for the fourteenth time on Ferraz Street, where the national headquarters of the PSOE is located, to protest the pacts with the Catalan independentists and the amnesty law, on the same day in which Pedro Sánchez been re-elected President of the Government after achieving an absolute majority in Congress.
As in previous concentrations, people began to arrive around 7:30 p.m., after a new call on social networks supported, among others, by Vox leaders, who encourage permanent mobilization in the streets for the investiture agreements. .
The fourteenth afternoon of protests against Ferraz once again included attendees carrying Spanish flags and chanting against the President of the Government.
At around 7:30 p.m., the National Police began to fence and cut off traffic in Ferraz before the attendees who were beginning to arrive, as usual, at the intersection with Marqués de Urquijo.
In addition to the usual Spanish flags, a flag of the Community of Madrid has also been seen. Among the chants and insults, the usual ones against Sánchez, Puigdemont and Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska have been heard, and others such as 'We are not ultra, we are Spanish' or 'It is not a headquarters, it is a brothel', in addition to numerous attacks against the media calling them 'manipulative Spanish press'. Shouts have also been heard against the National Police and King Felipe VI.