More Country will ask the Government for explanations for the police action in the marches for Samuel

Javier López / EFE

The police charged against the demonstration held this Monday in Madrid to condemn the brutal aggression that ended this Saturday with the life of the young Samuel Luiz, in A Coruña.

The leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, has announced that he will ask the Pedro Sánchez Government for explanations for what, in his opinion, has been a “disproportionate” action by the National Police in the demonstration in Madrid by Samuel Luiz, the young man who died as a result of the injuries caused by a beating inflicted on him by a group of people in A Coruña.

The deputy has thus referred to the clashes that took place yesterday afternoon in the Madrid neighborhood of Argüelles during the demonstration, which began at 8:00 p.m. in the Puerta del Sol. Alberto Aguilera and Princesa streets, which made them unable to continue their march to Moncloa or to Plaza de España. At around 10:30 p.m., police charges were even registered against some of the protesters, in an attempt to confront them to try to dislodge them from the road.

“This disproportionality after the #JusticiaPorSamuel rally is incomprehensible. We will ask the Government for explanations, ”Errejón said in a message posted on the social network Twitter.

Several users have left on social networks testimony of the blocks and uploads in the last moments of the demonstrations, which has generated significant discomfort. “I woke up wanting to vomit watching the videos of the police attacking innocents who only seek freedom and justice.” This morning I want to ask the Interior to dismantle this police unit. Spain 2021 “, or” This is the modern and advanced democracy of Spain “, are some of the complaints that have been exposed on Twitter or Facebook.


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