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Monday, April 30, 2018

Barcelona wants the prisioners be free

Por mestiza93

The center of Barcelona was taken Sunday 15th by a massive march that crossed the streets with the intention of demanding the release of nine secessionist leaders, whom the Spanish justice sanctioned for "rebellion". While the "president" of this autonomous community is "on vacation" in exile, the inhabitants ask for peaceful solutions through dialogue and not "justice".

The Barcelona Urban Guard has counted some 300,000 demonstrators who, in addition to seeking the release of the separatists in preventive detention, demand the return of the seven exiled separatist leaders in several European countries.

It is a peaceful protest that has raised its voice under the slogan "For rights and freedoms, for democracy and cohesion, we want them at home!" And responds to the call of the Bureau for Democracy and Coexistence , because it brings together trade union, social, political, cultural and sports organizations. The main Spanish unions, the General Union of Workers (UGT) and Workers' Commissions (CC.OO.), joined the call for the demonstration, for the first time since the outbreak of what is considered the "worst institutional crisis" in Spain.

The Catalan sections of both union organizations defended their assistance to the mobilization, since they advocate a solution of dialogue, and that does not involve the courts in the dispute of the autonomous and splendid community of 7.5 million inhabitants.

The diatribe became anthill when the Supreme Court of Spain prosecuted those who, today demand the population, should be released.

The charges against them were those of rebellion and / or embezzlement of public funds, due to the leading role they assumed in the holding of a referendum on self-determination with an end in the unilateral declaration of independence carried out on October 27. Six months separate us from that moment and the headlines about the president "hologram", "absent" or whatever you want to call him, Charles Puidgemont, for exile, they do not stop.

Faced with this situation involving the fate of Catalonia and Spain, Camil Ros, the secretary general of the UGT of Catalonia, says that "it is not the time for trials or detentions, but to build bridges and seek a solution."