The Minister of Interior, Juan Ignacio Zoido, has returned this Saturday to Catalonia to return to show his support for police and civil Guards displaced by illegal referendum carried out by Government of Generalitat.Learn More
- Zoido Breakfast with police officers on boats after ir complaints of "abandonment" to acts of harassment suffered
- Hundreds of neighbors harass police to expel m from several villages
- Police and civil guards, forced to leave Calella's hotels before pressure of neighbors
Throughout morning he plans to visit national Hotel in La Junquera, which hosts several groups of national police and, later, he will head to barracks of Sant Climent, in municipality of Sant Climent de Sescebes.
The visit takes place in a context of political and social uncertainty, following turbulent conclusion of consultation on 1 October, and between complaints and protests by police and guards displaced by harassment and harassment suffered by Independence in last few days.
The samples of support, from political sphere and from civil society and unions and police associations, have happened in last days of week in order to alleviate sensations of "abandonment" and loneliness manifested by more than 6,000 agents Moved to Catalonia.
The minister himself visited last Thursday to hundreds of agents lodged on boats of port of Barcelona and this Saturday, and after dedicating yesterday an affectionate letter as a token of gratitude, solidarity and support, he wanted to return to greet Anor part of troops, ones staying in hotels and barracks, that have been most harassed and harassed. In fact, hosts now in military barracks of Sant Climent, are 250 who expelled from a hotel in Calella.