The shouts and insults to the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, have starred in the first part of the parade through the streets of Madrid on the occasion of the National Holiday. Public comments have crept into RTVE’s microphones. The same thing happened at the end of the act, when the whistles have been increasing,
The special of the public channel has been led by Xabier Fortes, Yolanda Ferrer and Alejandro Riego, who have made mention of the tense situation that was being experienced among the public.
At the beginning, not only the screams have crept in, but the insults to Sánchez have also been heard. By the end of the parade, the boos have reached their highest level.
“Boos to Pedro Sánchez,” said Ferrer, who pointed out that the president “has hastened his arrival at this Paseo de la Castellana to receive the King, and even so he has received boos on his arrival and now”. “The beeps to the Prime Minister continue,” added Riego. “Shouts out, out.”
Fortes, on the boos to Sánchez: “They are part of the usual scene”
“This is the atmosphere that exists at the moment in the Paseo de la Castellana”, explained Ferrer. When the shouts were louder, coinciding with the departure of the Prime Minister, Fortes intervened to explain that “they are part of the usual scene, of the liturgy, we could say, of this type of act.”