In Madrid, thousands of holograms protest against ‘gag’ laws
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Spain's controversial Citizen Safety Law has been highly criticized for threatening the freedoms the Spanish people by criminalizing their right to demonstrate in front of public buildings. In response, earlier this month, protesters carried out a virtual march on the steps of the Spanish Parliament in Madrid: Holograms for Freedom saw thousands of ghostly figures projected in front of the government building in the first ever hologram protest. The so-called 'gag' laws introduced by Spain's governing Popular Party are set to be instated in July and will bring with them hefty fines of up to EUR 600,000 for unauthorized public…
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