Mallorca Calls For Mass Protest Against The Government

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Mallorca Calls For Mass Protest Against The Government
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MALLORCA calls for a mass protest against the government of Francina Armengol

The Balearic Forum of Solidarity and Progress has issued an appeal to Mallorcans to join in a mass protest against the current coronavirus measured and to demand the resignation of head of the regional government, Francina Armengol. According to Foro Balearics, the protest will take the form of a motorised demonstration, departing from the Parc de ka Mar in Palma at 11am on Friday, January 22.

Mallorca has been declared at the highest Covid risk level, Level 4, and ever tighter restrictions have been put in place by the government to stem the spread of infections. Until at least the end of January, all bars, restaurants and non-essential retail of more than 700-metres remain closed, and a curfew is in place between 10pm and 6am.

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“We believe that now more than ever all citizens, all the people must go together and hand in hand to claim and defend our rights,” the forum states.

“We are living in a historic and unprecedented moment in our Autonomous Community. The people that had always been silent in the face of the multitude of injustices perpetrated by the extreme left tripartite that governs the Balearic Islands will never be silent again.”

Those wishing to take part in the caravan protest are invited to meet in front of the Cathedral. From there, the caravan will travel to Paseo Maritimo, Avenida Argentina, Paseo Mallorca and Avenidas de Palma before finishing at the Consolat de Mar.


 

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