Spanish Delegate wants to Ban Public Protests

Read recent article via The Real Agenda: Spanish Delegate wants to Ban Public Protests.

Furthermore, more than 76.00o people already have signed the  petition “PP: prohibido protestar?” [prohibited to protest?] directed to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of the Popular Party (PP), and his Minister of Internal Affairs Alberto Ruiz Gallardón. When the initiative has achieved 200.000 signatures, they will exhibit all on a mobile wall in the centre of Madrid.
For more insights concerning the recent protests in Spain see also:
Interview with protest platform #25S in Spain

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5 Responses to Spanish Delegate wants to Ban Public Protests

  1. nonviolentconflict says:

    Reblogged this on NonviolentConflict.

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  2. Good Deed says:

    Wants to ban a public protest? I don’t know what they have in their heads… It is impossible that corruption and interests went so far, that they have to ban people from disagreeing on their opinion. And it’s not actually opinion… It is some thing, usually green that goes to pocket. Terrible…

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  3. Pingback: Spain from 15M to 25S: Protest movement can’t be banned from speaking | gender:visual:communication

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