The Police once again cordon off the PSOE headquarters in Ferraz with fences after an increase in protesters against the amnesty

11/20/2023 Dozens of people during a demonstration against the amnesty in front of the PSOE headquarters in Ferraz, on November 20, 2023, in Madrid (Spain). Thousands of people have gathered in front of the PSOE headquarters in Ferraz for the eighteenth consecutive day to protest against the pact reached between the PSOE and Junts on November 9 for Sánchez’s investiture, which includes a possible amnesty law. Furthermore, today the protests coincide with the announcement of the composition of the new Executive and with the anniversary of the death of Francisco Franco and the founder of the Falange José Antonio Primo de Rivera. POLITICS Gustavo Valiente – Europa Press

Agents of the National Police have once again cordoned off the PSOE headquarters in Ferraz (Madrid) with fences due to the considerable increase in protesters who have been arriving to protest against the amnesty law, in a concentration that has also caused traffic to be cut off in this central street. Among national banners and with signs exclaiming ‘No to the coup d’état’, some of the attendees have also confronted the agents although, for now, without any notable incidents. There were also flags of Revuelta, the youth organization within the Vox orbit, and of National Democracy, an extra-parliamentary political party. Chants have also been heard in favor of the unity of Spain, against President Pedro Sánchez and the anthem of the Falange de las JONS, ‘Cara al sol’. The protests against the PSOE headquarters in Ferraz for its pacts with the Catalan independentists began on November 3, within the framework of the socialists’ negotiations with Junts and ERC to move forward with the investiture of Pedro Sánchez. As the days passed, the daily concentration was reduced to a minimum, but this Tuesday, January 30, it once again brought together a large number of protesters, coinciding with the vote on the amnesty law that has been voted in Congress and later knocked down due to the lack of support from Junts, in addition to PP and Vox.

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