Catalunya lives an unusual day of reflection for the general elections this Sunday. Several actors have prepared protests and mobilizations throughout the territory. The platform of protest for the conviction of the Supreme Court against independentist leaders, Tsunami Democràtic, which is being investigated in the National Court under indications of terrorism and has acts today in all cities and in Barcelona, takes all eyes.
But in addition, the Pícnic per la República movement has called for a Saturday a road cut in northern Catalonia. Thus, the group has informed mid-morning that it had cut the N-II on the border with France, in El Pertús.
However, the Servei Català de Trànsit has not reported any effects on this route.
In the afternoon, the CDR also plans to mobilize in the Catalan capital starting at 7:00 p.m., and although the official current of the student camp at Plaça Universitat has ended its protest, a sector advocates staying there.