The mobilization against the Dialogue Table brings together only about 50 people

Protest in front of the Palau de la Generalitat, in Plaça Sant Jaume, this Wednesday, in Barcelona. (Photo: .)

The mobilization called by the CUP and other organizations of the pro-independence left against the Dialogue Table has gathered this Wednesday only about fifty people near the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona.

Under the motto “Neither pacts, nor resignations. The fight is the only way! ”, The CUP, Arran, Alert Solidària and other organizations of the pro-independence left had called a rally in Plaça Sant Jaume to protest the meeting of the dialogue table at the Palau de la Generalitat.

The security device of the Mossos d’Esquadra around the Palau de la Generalitat, where the Catalan President, Pere Aragonès, and the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, have met before the meeting of the dialogue table – has prevented protesters approach the Plaza Sant Jaume.

Lluc Gayà, Endavant spokesman has denounced that an operation is underway to reform the State

The protesters, among whom were the CUP deputies in the Parliament Xavier Pellicer and Basha Changuerra, have concentrated at the crossroads between Ferran Street and Rambla, from where they have advanced towards the police line, in Avinyó street, chanting slogans such as “Independence or submission”, “ERC and JxCat, patience has run out” or “Neither France nor Spain, Catalan Countries”.

Lluc Gayà, spokesman for Endavant, an organization integrated in the CUP, has denounced that “an operation to reform the State” is underway, which has “the approval of the autonomous governments” and ERC.

Sitting at a table “in which there is no talk of self-determination, amnesty, or referendum, is to benefit the path of State reform,” he added.

“The objective is the same: silence the independence struggle”

For her part, the spokeswoman for Arran, a youth organization linked to the CUP, Marina Gispert, has accused the State of having gone to the table without “the will to negotiate.”

“Although they make it appear that they want to dialogue and that they want to sit down and talk about the independence process, we know that the objective is the same: to silence the independence struggle and make us believe that everything we start in the streets can be closed in a conversation of offices ”, Pointed out Gispert.

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This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.


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