Femen activists protest in front of the Rocío Monasterio electoral college shouting “To fascism, neither vote nor permission!”

Femen activists have gathered this Tuesday in protest in front of the San Agustín school, in the district of Chamartín, where the Vox candidate Rocío Monasterio is expected to vote starting at 10 in the morning. The activists, who chanted slogans such as “To fascism, neither vote nor permission!” They have been reduced by members of the National Police deployed in the area, as reported by TVE.

Femen is an international feminist organization based in Ukraine characterized by the use of the bare breast as a weapon of protest. On this occasion, the activists had messages such as “It’s not patriotism, it’s fascism” written on their bodies.

On April 30, Femen activists displayed a banner with the slogan ‘They will not pass’ at the gates of Vox’s national headquarters in Madrid, in the Chamartín district. “Fascism wants to conquer Madrid. Madrid will be the tomb of fascism”, could also be read on the banner carried by the activists, who were also identified by police officers.

“It is irresponsible for Pablo Iglesias to order his harem to come to our headquarters like this. There are not times to risk catching pneumonia,” Vox published on his Twitter account after this action was made public.

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