The boos and the insults that Oriol Junquerasas well as other leaders of CKDreceived in the Diada acts were preceded by days of tension between the different independence families, and an increase in the aggressiveness in social networks towards the Republicans. Hence, as reported to world chronicle sources from the environment of the former Catalan vice president, the Mossos d’Esquadra Special vigilance will be dedicated to avoid further damage.
They burn photos of Aragonés and Sánchez in the demonstration of the ‘indepe’ left / EP
Autonomous police sources have refused to “deny or confirm” for security reasons that there has been an increase in surveillance around the former vice president of the Generalitat, convicted by the referendum of October 1, 2017. However, they explain that it is the job of all police forces to “analyze risk situations”, since “the coverage of an institutional act is not the same as more massive acts”. The same sources claim that no complaints have been received for threats against Junqueras. An extreme that is also confirmed by ERC, which denies any change in the usual surveillance.
On the contrary, as this medium has learned, a system known in police jargon as “counter surveillance”, consisting of non-invasive remote monitoring.
Critical moment in the Fossar
The most critical moment of these hostilities occurred on the eve of September 11, in the Fossar de les Moreresone of the sanctuaries of independence. ERC leaders such as Martha Vilalta, Jordi Coronas Y Martha Rosique They were greeted with the cry of “traitors” and “Spaniards”, while the radicals tried to boycott the speeches with their shouts.
In this climate of confrontation, Junqueras attended the traditional floral offering to the monument to Rafael Casanova that is celebrated on the Diada, where the fury of the most disruptive secessionism –the one that demands a new unilateral declaration of independence and rejects the president’s dialogue Pedro Aragonese with the Spanish Government– focused on the president of ERC. The security perimeter that has been established around this monument for years prevents direct contact between the public and political and social entourages, but the insults were perfectly audible. The situation demonstrated the extent to which extra protection was required in the Junqueras case.
For his part, Aragonès did not attend the demonstration organized by the Catalan National Assembly (ANC)at the end of which some hooded They burned a large photo of Pedro Sánchez and the Catalan president. “In the same way that the prisons have not been able to silence us, neither will the insults or threats of anyone silence us,” exclaimed the Republican leader.
Police sources explain to this medium that “it is usual to periodically review the protection that is done and modulate it upwards or downwards when risks are no longer perceived.” Rather than increasing the number of escorts, what the Mossos usually carry out, as well as other police forces, is what is called “counter-surveillance”, a remote, non-invasive monitoring.
During the heights of the processSeveral political leaders were subjected to this counter-surveillance due to the atmosphere of social tension experienced.