Between 25 and 30 people went to a house owned by the Minister of Education, Isabel Celaá, in the Biscayan town of Getxo, in the Neguri neighborhood, with a banner of “Government resignation”, early in the evening, they have informed to eldiario.es police sources.
As has happened in front of the homes of other members of the Executive, the protesters were hitting saucepans in what are supposedly protests by the government’s management in the Covid-19 crisis. The Ertzaintza appeared at the site without further incidents, although it did make some identifications.
In the call spread by social networks, there was also a call to protest “for the end of communism”, against “a government coached by Venezuela” and in favor of “maintaining special education” and “freedom of choice of education”. “For the end of the friends of Urkullu and Torra”, he also pointed out.
The message asked to respect the 2 meters, wear a mask “do not stop walking” and already anticipated what the protesters, most middle-aged or older, should shout: “Government resign”, “Celaá, minister show us your houses”, ” Sanchez go now “and” Minister Celaá, go home now “.
This same week, the object of a similar protest was the residence of the Minister of Transport, José Luis Ábalos. The executive member said in a radio interview that his daughter had been told: “I hope your whole family dies.” He also regretted not having received a call from the opposition leader, Pablo Casado, to show solidarity.
The home of the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, and the equality minister, Irene Montero, is also a regular object of protests in recent days, to the point that the Civil Guard has had to reinforce the security of the place. Pablo Iglesias had been recorded by a neighbor shopping at a nearby supermarket, images that Telecinco released in which the author of the recording could be heard calling the vice president “red” and “son of a bitch”.
In an incident that had not transpired until now, unknown persons blew the “Face to the Sun” one night next to the house of Iglesias and Montero in days before the panning started in front of the house.