The outraged are back to take the Plaza Catalunya in Barcelona
May 27, 2011: Spanish police evacuated the Plaza Catalunya yesterday, where the ‘outraged’ were campig, because they could not pass the trucks that collected garbage, and everything turned into an uphill battle.
The clashes ended with more than one hundred injured, including 37 police officers.
At the present, 3 000 outraged peacefully retook the plaza Cataluña.
In Valencia, the indignant cleaned up their camp to avoid being evicted.
In Madrid, the regional government asked the campers to be forced to leave Sun.
Lots of outraged were evicted from the Plaza Catalunya, they assured by means of the Twitter network, and claimed that a lot of computers and other items they had in their possession disappeared. They call for the resignation of Philip Piug, Minister for Interior of the Government, who ordered the intervention.