Spain burns due to violent unrest over the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hásel. Barcelona has once again become the new epicenter of street violence, with new clashes with the police and burning streets. Valencia has also become the epicenter of the riots, with police charges.
The Catalan capital has once again suffered barricades and the burning of public furniture. About 300 protesters have thrown stones and firecrackers against the Mossos d’Esquadra line, which was protecting the building of the Ministry of the Interior of the Generalitat in the street Diputació con Passeig de Sant Joan.
Attacks on ‘El Periódico de Catalunya’
The call began at 7 in the afternoon in Plaza Tetuán, and has started towards the department of Miquel Sàmper. The protesters have managed to reach the surroundings, and there they have started throwing paving stones and blunt objects until the regional police have started to charge.
As well some media have been attacked. The headquarters of El Periódico de Catalunya It has suffered damage to the façade, as protesters have thrown stones at the windows. Aragó street has also become a powder magazine, where they have set up barricades and started fires.
Eight detainees and several police charges in Valencia
Valencia has become another of the scenarios where they have unleashed violent protests. The National Police have had to carry out numerous charges against protesters in the heart of the city, as well as several street skirmishes that have injured several people.
Concentration, which was his motto We are fed up (We are fed up in Spanish) has started in the square San Agustin with a large police device to contain the 300 young people who congregated there. Given the intention of these to demonstrate in the center, the first police charges have been registered and there are already eight detainees.
Compromís, one of the three parties that support the Botànic, has uploaded a video to Twitter where you can see his deputy in Les Corts Valencianes Carles Esteve being hit by the riot police when he was walking, with his arms raised, on San Vicente Mártir street.