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"We will stay in the square," said Juan Lopez, a spokesman for another protest group "Toma la Plaza" ("Take the Square").
"We respect the commission's decision ... but we have not called a demonstration, this is a movement of citizens."
Originally posted by anon102
Since there are already another Spanish Revolution thread and a Portuguese one, I'll just post on this one since it is recent. After viewing some videos and reading articles about this I came across several Anonymous Spanish vids that are in support of this.
Though I understand Spanish I can't translate word for word, but the jest is that they are in support.
And actually, a matter of fact there are several vids that have just popped up too.
Spain's supreme court rejected an appeal late Friday to overturn the electoral board's order banning demonstrations on Saturday. Authorities insist that the day before elections in Spain should be free of political messages and campaigning, for a so-called day of reflection.
"Please don't bother us. We are reflecting," read a large placard held by demonstrators in Madrid's central Puerta del Sol plaza on Saturday.