The Civil Guard orders to avoid graffiti and flags around the house of Iglesias

The Civil Guard has drawn up an instruction for the protection by its agents of the chalet of the second vice-president of the Government, Pablo Iglesias, and his family to avoid graffiti, placing of flags or other objects and damage to the property and its surroundings.

Thus, it appears in an instruction from the company of the Civil Guard in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, to which Efe has had access this Friday, aimed at agents who protect the house, located in the Madrid town of Galapagar.

In addition to protecting the authorities (Iglesias and his partner, the Minister for Equality, Irene Montero) and the rest of the residents, the instruction orders to avoid acts of intrusion on the property, including the throwing of objects or other acts that affect the interior. From the wall.

It also asks officers "to avoid damage to the property, including graffiti, or the placement of any other element on the fence / exterior wall, surrounding or surrounding streets (such as banners, signage, flags or any other physical element that contains symbols, claims , claims, etc.).

It also orders to prevent "people from planting or concentrating on the section of the streets that surround the fence / wall of the home, placing them outside the space," according to the statement, dated March 13, coinciding with the state. alarm.

The instruction details the security duties of the guards who carry out static surveillance, which are common in this type of protection.


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