One person was slightly injured in the head in a confrontation between students and supporters of the youth branch of Vox, who had installed an information table in front of the Milan campus of the University of Oviedo, according to Efe police sources.
The confrontation took place this noon when young supporters of Vox have arrived at this campus of the Asturian capital to install an informative table under the slogan "Collect here your flag" that, according to sources of this formation, counted on permission of the City council to distribute Party propaganda.
A Vox spokesman told Efe that at first a group of young people prevented the installation of the party tent on a sidewalk in front of the campus and took a part of the material they planned to distribute to be located later on the access stairs to the university campus.
According to Vox, the police were able to recover part of the material and the young people of the formation began the distribution while a group of students, who left their classes at that time, rebuked them from the stairs until, at the end of the distribution, they recorded the confrontation between both groups.
Municipal sources have indicated that some fences located in several areas of Oviedo for the placement of electoral propaganda as of 00:00 hours today, when the campaign begins, have appeared this morning with posters announcing the act that tomorrow will star in Oviedo the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal, stickers of said formation and with legends like "Arriba España".
Abascal will travel to Asturias tomorrow to participate in an offering to the Virgin of Covadonga before offering the first rally of his campaign in the Palacio de Congresos de Oviedo, a city in which the president of the PP, Pablo Casado, will also star in his first act of the journey.
In response to the acts of Abascal and Casado, the Moza d'Asturies Assembly has convened a festive event for Oviedo tomorrow, under the theme "Asturies de mis amores y no de odio" to give visibility to Asturian diversity and culture " against the hatred, exclusion and intolerance that these gentlemen proclaim "with musical and cultural interventions by various groups.