The National Police have begun to surround the corner of Ferraz and Marqués de Urquijo streets around 7:15 p.m. this afternoon, where hundreds of protesters are already gathering against the PSOE pacts with the independentists and the amnesty law.
On this occasion, unlike Tuesday, the atmosphere is calmer and the first row is led by several protesters carrying a banner that reads: "We are not CDR." This Wednesday the streets surrounding Ferraz were open to traffic until 8:00 p.m. when they also began to be surrounded.
The call was scheduled precisely at this time, as has been customary since the mobilizations began through social networks.
This is the fifth concentration in which a large police operation has been carried out, cordoning off the street where the national socialist headquarters is located to prevent protesters from accessing it.
The atmosphere became tense when two people, a man and a woman, raised a Francoist flag that those present rejected shouting "that flag does not represent us" and "no violence."
Subsequently, these two people were escorted by UIP troops, finally leaving the crowd.
Furthermore, the chants are very different from those of recent days towards the State security forces and bodies, to whom they have chanted "long live" and "Police unite."
Ferraz's silence came when one of the protesters carrying a megaphone asked those present "not to make excuses" for the Police to charge against them, demanding "non-violence."