Police and protesters talk in ‘Four a day’

After a week in which violence has taken over the streets of the main Spanish cities: Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona, ​​’Cuatro al día’ has achieved that, both police Like the protesters stay away from the riots for at least an afternoon, and he has connected them live so that have a peaceful conversation.

This program has witnessed the clashes that have taken place in what, supposedly, were demonstrations for freedom of expression and the release of rapper Pablo Hasel, sentenced to 9 months in prison for insults to the crown and glorification of terrorism.

We have seen so much the protesters throwing paving stones to the riot police, like these charging civilians that, later, have appeared with gaps in the head.

In CAD, one of the attendees at the Puerta del Sol demonstration in Madrid, Nuria López, who attended the rally in a totally peaceful way, spoke. She has told what happened to her:

“My friend, who had an anxiety attack, and I tried to leave the square and they wouldn’t let us out. We stood in front of a store with our hands up and the UIP guys lived and beat us. If you don’t know how to handle the situation, or they are vindictive or aggressive, do not work as policemen “he told a member of the IPU.

Daniel García, a member of the IPU who covers demonstrations “several times a week”, has explained to him why the police did not let him go out on a certain street:

“In these types of demonstrations, we have to channel the exit of the people, so that violent groups do not move. Each time, we face more violent people who treat us like puppets, who come to beat the police. I have to go, but you can choose not to go to dangerous situations like these, “he replied. Both have made it clear that they are not enemies.

Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.

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