Yesterday, the PSOE filed a complaint with the State Prosecutor regarding the events that occurred on New Year's Eve next to the State House in Carrer Ferraz, where a doll pretending to be the head of the State Government, Pedro Sánchez, appeared. They point to a possible crime of incitement to hatred and confirm the protest organizers' relationship with the Vox Party. The Socialist Workers' Party notes in its book that the demonstrators “hung” a human-sized doll that they identified as the Prime Minister, and referred to the presenters of the event that was broadcast by various media outlets and also included acts of violence. Sabotage against several headquarters across Spain in recent weeks.
It also affects the relationship that, in their opinion, exists between the organizers of the protest – the Revuelta Association – and the Santiago Abascal party and establishes a link between the actions and the statements of the Vox leader in which he said that there will perhaps be a moment when people want to hang Sánchez off his feet. Finally, the socialists chose to point out that these actions could constitute a potential crime of incitement to hatred of political ideology. Since this type of punishment can only be applied if it is used against vulnerable groups, the PSOE points out that it was persecuted during Franco's dictatorship and during the civil war. In addition, they indicated in the complaint that the facts may constitute other crimes related to insulting authority in the exercise of its function, serious insults and threats to the government, and threats to the head of the executive branch, the Socialist Workers' Party and its members. As a social group – with worsening ideological discrimination – and incitement to violence and mass murder.
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