The PP continues to mobilize the streets in response to the concessions that Pedro Sánchez has offered to the pro-independence groups, with the amnesty law as a workhorse, in exchange for their favorable votes in the investiture session. After calling rallies in all the provincial capitals of Spain in November, the formation led by Alberto Núñez Feijóo once again summons the indignant this Sunday, December 3, for a new demonstration, this time at the Debod Temple in Madrid.

The PP’s attempt to capitalize on the discontent against the amnesty, and at the same time the rejection of violence in the protests that Vox supports, is reflected in the slogan of the demonstrations, Spain does not surrender, as well as in the manifesto itself: ” The indignation we feel must become a cry”; “In every corner of our territory we say: No to privilege. No to impunity. No to amnesty”; “The nation has always been about overcoming.” Likewise, he cites the precedent of the “separatist coup against the Constitution” and claims its “45 years” of validity, “based on unity and plurality”, to conclude: “We have become an example throughout the world.”

Regarding the protest on December 3, the popular have launched videos on social networks as a call: “December 6 is the 45th anniversary of the Constitution; first, it’s time to defend it.” “Come to defend the equality of all Spaniards.”

The demonstration against the amnesty this Sunday, December 3, in Madrid takes place at the Debod Temple, west of the Plaza de España, next to the Parque del Oeste. The event, which begins at 12:00 p.m., is a rally, so the route is limited to the esplanade, where Alberto NúñezFeijóo and the rest of the popular leadership are expected to be; the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso; the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida and other territorial leaders.

There are those who consider that the location of the protest organized by the PP is too close to the PSOE headquarters on Ferraz street, about 700 meters away, giving rise to the possibility of a violent situation. However, Alberto Núñez Feijóo himself once again distanced himself from the VOX protests at the PSOE headquarters in a recent interview with EL MUNDO: “We are not going to participate [in the demonstrations in front of the PSOE headquarters]. If there are any citizens “If anyone wants to do it, we advise against it. The Police have to preserve security in the streets and have our full support so that any provocateur is arrested, reported and condemned.”

The Madrid City Council reports on traffic incidents due to demonstrations this Sunday, December 3, and recommends avoiding circulation in private vehicles in the affected areas. The forecasts are as follows and the schedules are indicative: