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30 June 2015 - Greenpeace Spain activists climbed a crane near Spanish Congress in Madrid and unfurled a 32-meter banner reading “La protesta es un derecho” (Protesting is a right). Tomorrow a new set of draconian laws curbing the rights of protesters will go into action. 

The new law allows fines of up to €30,000 for taking photographs of police officers. Individuals participating in demonstrations outside parliament buildings or key installations could be fined up to €600,000. Those insulting police officers could be fined up €600. Burning a national flag could cost the perpetrator a maximum fine of €30,000. The same fine can be given to people resisting evictions and home repossession. [video]

((And here we have the final raffle winner for scribblereplies! She got a full picture with actually painted shading and stuff…

Had loads of fun with this, I hope you don’t mind the artistic liberties I took on the wings. Also, on the bg being a desert, I though the building i your banner looked all desert-ty but now that I look at it I see snowflakes and mountains and crystals- DID you know deserts are really cool? Amazingly cool! Look! One right there!!!

*scurries off*

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