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Jul 2, 2015

Restrict protests with a "gag rule" in Spain

controversial "gag law" the right-wing Popular Party (PP) of the Spanish president Mariano Rajoy, which restricted the right to protest in Spain, entered into force yesterday.

The Public Safety Act, as is called officially, was approved in March by an absolute majority of the ruling PP and rejection of virtually all political opposition, which challenged several articles to the Constitutional Court (TC), which is pending a decision.

Rajoy promoted this -an initiative of the most emblematic of his executive-, coinciding with the increase of social mobilization against successive neoliberal adjustments implemented in the country. The "gag" was processed in parallel with the tightening of the Spanish Penal Code.

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