As reported by the Government Delegation, about a thousand people gathered again this Monday in Ferraz Street for the eighteenth night against the amnesty and the agreements of the PSOE with the Catalan independents on a day that was different from the previous days there. There is no security fence, and the streets are open to traffic, something that has never happened before. It also resulted in arrests for disobedience and assault against authority.
This Monday, the National Police informed the people gathered in Ferraz Street protesting against the amnesty that the demonstration has not been announced by the government delegation and, therefore, they will avoid cutting this street to traffic.
At around 7:30 p.m., the police created a cordon with several troops around the protesters, preventing them from blocking Ferraz Street and without putting up any protective fence as usual in the last few days. Thus, many vehicles travel on this road, some reversing, displaying Spanish flags from the windows, and honking their horns in support of the protesters.
Around 8:00 p.m., hundreds of people gathered at the corners between Ferraz and Marqués de Urquijo with chants of ‘He’s not president, he’s a criminal’ and many Spanish flags.
Likewise, the attendees called for moving each of their vehicles tomorrow with the song “Everyone to Ferraz tomorrow with the car” or “this year the grapes of Ferraz.” Around 9:30 p.m., several Franco flags were seen in addition to chants of ‘face the sun’ and flags with the faces of Milei, the winner of the Argentine election.