The eleventh day of protests against the amnesty and Sánchez's pacts with the Catalan independentists on Ferraz Street concluded peacefully this Monday, bringing together 1,200 people, according to data from the Government Delegation in the Community of Madrid.
Around 7:30 p.m., hundreds of protesters were already gathering, which became thousands hours later, under a strong police cordon and warning that the "coup" was going to be stopped.
Already at 8:00 p.m., the National Police proceeded to cut off traffic on Marqués de Urquijo Street, while Ferraz, Buen Suceso and Quintana were already closed before the official time announced on social networks and supported by Vox with a multitude of protective fences to prevent access to the national headquarters of the socialists.
In fact, the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has joined the protest, along with the parliamentary spokesperson, Pepa Millán, and the vice president of Castilla y León, Juan García Gallardo, who have already been seen in past demonstrations in this same spot. On this night, they were also accompanied by the American conservative political commentator Tucker Carlson.
Although tranquility has been the general tone of the protest, around 9:30 p.m. the first line of the concentration has been occupied by the National November movement, which carried Spanish flags with the shield cut out and many dressed in black with their faces covered. from them.
As for the chants, many of those already heard in previous demonstrations have been chanted and some new ones have been chanted warning that in 'Ferraz there will be no peace', after this Monday the PSOE has registered the amnesty law proposal in the Congress of the Deputies.
Likewise, proclamations have been repeated against the socialist headquarters, Pedro Sánchez and Puigdemont such as 'it is not a headquarters, it is a brothel'; 'Sánchez, if you have the balls, call elections'; 'Puigdemont to prison'; 'in times of red hunger and lice' or 'socialists, terrorists'.
Among other chants, the protesters have repeatedly called for a general strike against the amnesty law and against the Government that they consider a "coup."
Numerous banners were also seen that read: "The crimes you commit today, if they are in the name of the independence of Catalonia, you are amnestied", in addition to a multitude of Spanish flags.
On this occasion there have been no notable incidents, as happened last Thursday when 8,000 people gathered. Around 11:00 p.m. the demonstration has been losing protesters until only the most radical factions remain, which have gradually dissipated without altercations.