The seventeenth night of protests against the amnesty in Ferraz Street ended without incident, injuries or arrests and with the lowest participation so far, about 400 people according to the Delegation of the Government of Madrid.
Since 7:30 pm, as in the last two weeks, hundreds of protesters gathered at the intersection of Ferraz and Marqués de Urquijo Street, in a day that on this occasion ended without arrests, injuries or passing of things.
A few minutes after 10:00 p.m., National Police agents dispersed the last summoned people and traffic returned to Marqués de Urquijo.
As of today, people of all ages wrapped in the Spanish flag fill the corner of Ferraz and Marqués de Urquijo under a strong police force and with protective fences tied with chains.
Protesters carried Spanish flags and banners against amnesty and Pedro Sánchez, while chanting against PSOE’s agreements with Catalan nationalist parties. In addition, in the front line you can see several banners with the face of Miguel Ángel Blanco, a PP councilor who was killed by the terrorist group in 1997, under the words ‘In your memory’, the same is seen also the other day.
The chants of ‘High front, Spain rises’, ‘Pedro Sánchez, son of a bitch’ or ‘National Unity’ were the most heard words among the attendees who also carried flags asking for help from Europe to “save Spain and democracy” said another who called for social mobilization: ‘Spain, wake up. Movement’. Likewise, and with megaphone in hand, the attendees once again called for a general strike on November 24 called by Solidaridad, the union of Vox.
During the rally, many people joined in praying the rosary.