As reported by the orange party, Rivera will present the complaint on Wednesday morning accompanied by the MEP of UPyD and candidate for Cs to the European elections, Maite Pagazaurtundúa, and Edmundo Bal, state lawyer and candidate for the Congress in Madrid.
Although Rivera ruled out on Monday that his party went to the prosecution for these events, because they were going to focus on the campaign for the general elections on April 28, they have finally decided to take legal action after the protest in Rentería.
The president of Ciudadanos already said that, in his opinion, the Prosecutor's Office could act ex officio against those who addressed "insults and threats" to the attendees of the meeting, which could be celebrated thanks to the broad device established by the Ertzaintza, although in the middle of a incessant pan and constant shouting and insults.
The policemen, who had to escort the participants in the act, came to charge against some protesters to make way for the affiliates of Cs and journalists as they left the Plaza de los Fueros, where they had remained inside a fenced space.
POSSIBLE HATE CRIMES
"I can think of a few faces and a few insults and threats that are constitutive of crime," Rivera said Monday, which specifically referred to threats, attacks and "huevazos" and pointed to possible "hate crimes."
Some of the qualifiers that were heard were "disgusting, fascist, sons of bitches, Spaniards and cowards", and some people also spat and threw some object, like a lighter, a bottle full of water or an egg.