Cargas policiales para impedir que se vote en el referéndum del 1-O

Cargas en calle Sardenya con Diputació (Ramon Llull)

Cargas en el Eixample de Barcelona. Los agentes han utilizado porras y pelotas de goma para abrirse paso entre los manifestantes que protestaban a su salida del colegio electoral Ramón Llull (Robert Bonet)

Spanish National Police prevents people from entering a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed Saturday to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Agentes de la policía nacional intentan impedir que ciudadanos entren en un colegio electoral de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

A girls grimaces as Spanish National Police pushes away Pro-referendum supporters outside the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Agentes de la policía nacional forcejean con una mujer que intenta votar en el colegio Ramon Llull de Barcelona. AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Spanish National Police prevents voters from reaching a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed Saturday to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Enfrentamientos de la policía con personas en Barcelona que intentan votar en un colegio electoral. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Civil guards clear people away from the entrance of a sports center, assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Sant Julia de Ramis, near Girona, Spain, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Scuffles have erupted as voters protested as dozens of anti-rioting police broke into a polling station where the regional leader was expected to show up for voting on Sunday.

Policías nacionales se enfrentan a ciudadanos que quieren votar en Sant Juliá de Ramis, cerca de Girona. FOTO: AP Photo/Francisco Seco.

Pro-referendum supporters clash with Spanish National Police outside the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Enfrentamientos de la policía en el colegio Ramon Llull de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Pro-referendum supporters clash with Spanish National Police outside the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

La policía impide el voto en el colegio Ramon Llull de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Civil guards clear people away from the entrance of a sports center, assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government and where Catalan President Carles Puigdemont is expected to vote, in Sant Julia de Ramis, near Girona, Spain, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Policías nacionales en la entrada del polideportivo de Sant Juliá de Ramis, Girona, donde se esperaba que votara el president, Carles Puigdemont. FOTO: AP Photo/Francisco Seco.

Spanish national police scuffle with people trying to reach a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed Saturday to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Policías y ciudadanos, cara a cara en Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Civil guards clear people away from the entrance of a sports center, assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government and where Catalan President Carles Puigdemont is expected to vote, in Sant Julia de Ramis, near Girona, Spain, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Antidisturbios en el polideportivo de Sant Juliá de Ramis, Girona, donde estaba previsto que votara Puigdemont. FOTO: AP Photo/Francisco Seco.

Pro-referendum supporters embrace each other as Spanish National Police tries to remove them from the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Una pareja se protege de los empujones policiales a las puertas del colegio Ramon Llull de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti.

Descripción : Pro-referendum supporters show their ballot papers as Spanish National Police blocks them from entering the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Participantes del referéndum muestran su papeleta ante la policía que les impide entrar en el colegio Ramon Llull. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

Descripción : Spanish National Police officers drags a man trying to block a police van outside the Ramon Llull school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, early Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Una persona intenta entorpecer el paso de un vehículo antidisturbios de la Policía Nacional frente al colegio Ramon Llull de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

em>Descripción : A woman holds her hands up next Spanish National Police as they try to block voters from reaching a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Catalan pro-referendum supporters vowed Saturday to ignore a police ultimatum to leave the schools they are occupying to use in a vote seeking independence from Spain.

Una mujer levanta las manos ante los antidisturbios de la Policía Nacional que bloquean el paso a un colegio electoral en Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

Descripción : People try to offer flowers to a civil guard at the entrance of a sports center, assigned to be a referendum polling station by the Catalan government in Sant Julia de Ramis, near Girona, Spain, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Scuffles have erupted as voters protested while dozens of anti-rioting police broke into a polling station where the regional leader was expected to show up for voting on Sunday.

Varias personas muestran claveles a los policías que rodean el centro de votación de Sant Juliá de Ramis, cerca de Girona. FOTO: AP Photo/Francisco Seco

Descripción : A Spanish National Police officer aims ar rubber-bullet rifle at pro-referendum supporters in Barcelona Sunday, Oct. 1 2017. Catalonia's planned referendum on secession is due to be held Sunday by the pro-independence Catalan government but Spain's government calls the vote illegal, since it violates the constitution, and the country's Constitutional Court has ordered it suspended.

Un policía dispara su rifle de bolas de goma ante manifestantes pro-referéndum en Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez

Descripción : People confronts Spanish riot police near a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Spanish riot police have forcefully removed a few hundred would-be voters from several polling stations in Barcelona.

Choques entre antidisturbios y ciudadanos que quieren entrar en un colegio a votar, en Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Felipe Dana.

Descripción : Spanish National Police clashes with pro-referendum supporters in Barcelona Sunday, Oct. 1 2017. Catalonia's planned referendum on secession is due to be held Sunday by the pro-independence Catalan government but Spain's government calls the vote illegal, since it violates the constitution, and the country's Constitutional Court has ordered it suspended.

Manifestantes lanzan vallas a la policía, en Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Manu Fernández.

Descripción : People confronts Spanish riot police near a voting site at a school assigned to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, 1 Oct. 2017. Spanish riot police have forcefully removed and clashed with would-be voters in several polling stations in Barcelona.

Personas con las manos en alto, ante agentes antidisturbios frente a un colegio de Barcelona. FOTO: AP Photo/Felipe Dana.


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