In this sense, the largest march has taken place in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where at least 250 vehicles have joined the call, compared to the 134 that have been recorded in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
This has been reported to Europa Press by sources from the Government Delegation in the Canary Islands, who indicate that the protests have proceeded normally and there have been no incidents.
In this way, vehicles dressed with Spanish flags have toured both Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, honking their horns within the so-called ‘Caravan for Spain and its freedom’.
In the case of the capital of Gran Canaria, the cars started their journey from the Plazoleta Ing. Manuel Becerra to end at the Plaza de la Feria, where the Government Delegation in the Canary Islands is located.
Meanwhile, in Santa Cruz, the vehicles have gathered at the Fairground, a meeting point from which several hundred cars have joined to protest the management carried out by the Government.