Capitals of province and cities throughout Spain have held rallies, caceroladas and other acts of protest before courts and central squares against the ruling of the Supreme Court that establishes that the mortgaged pay the tax of legal acts documented.
The protests have taken place on the same day that hundreds of people called by Unidos Podemos have gathered before the seat of the Supreme Court in Madrid to demand a law that obliges the banks to return the spending on taxes linked to the granting of mortgages, after the change of criteria of the High Court known on Tuesday.
These mobilizations have been called by Unidos Podemos and IU, as well as by other political, union, social and consumer organizations.
Beyond Madrid, one of the most multitudinous demonstrations has taken place in Seville, where almost a thousand people have gathered in front of the courts in an act in which the general secretary of CCOO in Andalusia, Nuria López, has urged the Government to change the mortgage law so that workers stop paying "the broken plates of the austerity policies and the excesses of the bank".
The Andalusian leader of Podemos, Teresa Rodríguez, participated in the Cádiz demonstration, and among the protesters in Córdoba, the historical leader of IU Julio Anguita has stood out.