100 Guardia Civil enter the polling station. police charge but they couldn’t take the ballot boxes nor the voting papers, which had been hidden to protect them. The Guardia Civil accessed the centre by breaking the doors. There were malfunctions in the voting system.
According to witnesses, the Guardia Civil arrived twice but couldn’t find the ballot boxes. Nonetheless, the voters decided to close the polling station, a returning officer at the election table was injured and couldn’t continue with the voting for the risk they were facing.
Avui vull compartir això per primer cop.— Alex (@AlexFraychispas) 12 de julio de 2019
Sant Cebrià de Vallalta (Maresme).
Ni oblit ni perdò. pic.twitter.com/rOigtEpq3g
St.Cebrià de Vallalta...— Pol ricart (@FnD_Utilin) 1 de octubre de 2017
Ni perdò ni oblit pic.twitter.com/Id6NE5uD5L