The Faculty of Letters of the University of Murcia, has published a statement in which it denies that there is any reservation for the Macarena Olona conference to be held on September 23. In addition, he has stated that the use of the Faculty’s logo was never authorized in any communication that Macarena Olona has made through her social networks, where she announced her conference, which will deal with the same topic as the one she gave in Granada: Defense of rights and freedoms through the TC, the unconstitutionality of states of alarm.
The former general secretary of Vox in the Congress of Deputies has already encountered impediments to being able to hold her conference in the grenada law school last September 15. Up to 19 groups of the extreme radical left, including the Izquierda Unida and Podemos parties, gathered around the Plaza de la Universidad to break up the act of the former Vox leader who, even so, managed to enter escorted by the Police Intervention Unit , but surrounded by radicals who received her shouting “Fascist!” One day after that critical moment, which took place around 8:00 p.m., the University of Granada published a message on its social networks comparing the violence of the anti-system leftists with the presence of supporters of Macarena Olona. whom he called “provocative”. “The UGR roundly condemns the events that took place yesterday: both those of those who boycotted the exercise of freedom of expression, and those who, with their provocative behavior towards the protesters, forced the police to intervene.”
Now, another university raises its voice against the former Vox deputy, and tries to prevent her from exercising her right to freely express and disseminate her thoughts, ideas and opinions through words, writing or any other means of reproduction. Right that is included in the article 20 of the Spanish Constitution.