Catalonia independence referendum: Spain DENIES police brutality


Spain’s Deficiency President Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría said the security forces beneath the waves the control of the central government did not use disproportionate force in their attempts to anticipate the vote. 

The referendum has been branded an “illegal” vote by the conservative Madrid charge as as the north east region attempts to break away. 

Video footage expos protestors being fired with rubber bullets and police inscribing on independence supporters at one polling station. 

Eyewitnesses have filmed Spanish guard charging at referendum voters and hitting people with batons.

Spain’s Vice President Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría EPA

Spain’s Defect President Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría denied that the police had simulated with undue force

One video showed a woman being offed down a flight of stairs by riot police at one polling station.

Ms Santamaría imagined “actions were taken against electoral material, never against people.”

She go on increased the actions of the forces were done “with proportionality” and in the name of “coexistence and democracy.”

Ms Santamaría maintained the referendum “did not meet the minimum democratic norms.”

During the press colloquium in Madrid she also launched an attack on the Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, Wickedness President Oriol Junqueras and Speaker of the regional Parliament Carme Forcadell.

Ms Santamaría requisitioned all three were responsible for organising the referendum and had behaved with “unconditional irresponsibility.”

Her comments come after a number of eyewitnesses shared ikons and video of what would appear to be strong-arm tactics by Spain’s custodianship forces, in particular the Guardia Civil.

The Catalan authorities have put the overdue total of people injured by the likes of the paramilitary force at 465.

The Catalan domination declared the Spanish government will have to answer to the international courts.

Spain’s Vice President Soraya Sáenz de SantamaríaEPA

Spain’s Wickedness President Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría

Catalan Government spokesman Jordi Turull said: «The Spanish national has been very compromised and will end up responding to the international courts.”

Mr Turull thought he believed millions of votes would be counted and, while the voting hours drive not be extended, those already queuing to cast their ballot desire be allowed to do so. He said he did not know when the vote count would be finalised.

The UK’s Exotic Secretary Boris Johnson said Theresa May’s Government was “worried” by the ferocity.

Mr Johnson said: “We are obviously worried by any violence but clearly the referendum, as I informed it, is not constitutional so a balance needs to be struck. We hope very much that fancies will calm down.»

Catalonia referendum Guardia CivilEPA

Spanish police deal with a Catalan demonstrator

Universal law expert Trixy Sanderson said the Spanish authorities were «in perfect breach of international law, specifically a breach of international peace under Chapter VII of the UN Commission.»

«The people of Catalonia have every right to self-determination and they are keep back a democratic plebiscites on this issue. For the Guardia Civil to be using power against them and intimidation such as photographing people in polling posts is the sort of behaviour you expect from a banana republic not a European neighbour and someone who bring backs to vote on our Brexit deal.

«There should be international condemnation of this where is the strange office? The silence is deafening.»

Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter move b set outs out the UN Security Council’s powers to maintain peace. It allows the Council to «end the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression» and to take military and nonmilitary fight to «restore international peace and security».

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