Saturday, September 22, 2012

Basque Country: police charges in Pamplona in an protest for the right to a home

Yesterday in the Old Quarter of Pamplona. A group of citizens attempted to wall in a cash machine (pictured) of Banesto, a Spanish bank, in protest against the foreclosures and home evictions.

Incidentally anti-riot police was watching a nearby peaceful protest in solidarity with political prisoner Arturo Villanueva and they decided to intervene with all their gear.

However they were massively booed ("go home!" and such) and had to retreat. Video:

Source: Ateak Ireki[es].

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