Barcelona and multiple cities in Spain have been witnessing mass protests. What will it take to bring peace again?
Workers have rallied behind the trade union activists who are being prosecuted by the state for participating in a march and allegedly inciting violence. The march was taken out with the demand that the closure of two Alcoa plants be halted
In Sabadell, Spain, thousands of people protested on September 23 against the arrests of nine pro-independence Catalan activists.
The workers of the Cordoba and Vizcaya power grid plants of Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) staged protests under the leadership of the unions, Workers’ Commission (CCOO) and UGT
The ultra-nationalist Vox party gained 24 seats, while the conservative People’s Party lost half of its seats
Three companies, Iberdrola, Endesa and Naturgy, which run the power plant want to extend the operation of the nuclear infrastructure beyond the license, which ends on June 19, 2020. Activists have been demanding the closure of the plant which has been operational since 1983
The new rules introduced by the Catalan government require customers to book ride-hailing services 15 minutes to an hour in advance. The taxi drivers’s strike in Madrid continues
Feminist and progressive sections staged a rally, condemning the coalition between the conservative Peoples Party, the center-right Citizens Party and the far-right Vox
The workers launched an indefinite strike after the company insisted on retaining an extra work shift for the 2019 calendar
The rescue ship operated by Open Arms was denied permission to dock at ports in Italy and Malta. The refugees were rescued from near the Libyan coast
Over 50 people, including 30 police personnel, were injured in clashes as protesters blocked the road with the slogan ‘Bring down the regime”
The far-right party, Vox, won 12 seats in Spain’s most populous province and will play a key role in determining the next government. The party is known for its anti-immigrant, xenophobic and centralist slogans