The PP of Móstoles has denounced the attack on its headquarters by two hooded people who carried knives and sprayed the building with pepper spray, when there were some 40 people inside, six of whom had to receive assistance.
The PP candidate in Móstoles, Manuel Bautista, explained that the attack took place around 9:00 p.m. As he explained to Europa Press, the attackers were hooded and armed with knives. They have accessed the door shouting “looks, sons of bitches” and have sprayed the headquarters with pepper spray for a few seconds.
The people who were inside the premises had to leave it quickly while the young people shouted “we are going to kill you”. Six of them, some with previous respiratory problems, have had to receive medical attention for shortness of breath and anxiety attacks. In addition, once detained by the Police, the young people have attacked a member by tearing his shirt, according to PP sources, and have subsequently been arrested.
Emergency sources 112 Community of Madrid have confirmed that a notice has been received for these events, but ultimately no medical device was mobilized by this service.
The head of the list of the PP of Móstoles has described the events as an “authentic attack on democracy” and has condemned what happened. The regional president and party leader in Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has also done so, who has lamented “another attack” on a popular headquarters, “attacking several affiliates.”
“My support and affection to all of them and our condemnation of these totalitarian practices. They will not be able to with our Freedom or our will”, stressed the PP candidate for the Presidency of the Community.
For his part, the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, pointed out that in the face of hatred, violence and fear “of those who want to censor us, our defense of freedom and coexistence”. “All my support for my colleagues from the PP in Móstoles,” Almeida wrote in a message on his Twitter profile.
Source: elDiario.es – elDiario.es by www.eldiario.es.
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