Some 400 people, according to the Guàrdia Urbana, have participated in the demonstration in favor of the squatting of the Ruïna and the Kubo -in Bonanova- and against the rise of fascism in Barcelona and which has walked the streets since eight o'clock at night from the center of Barcelona marked by a large police device. The march has transcended without incident until shortly before ending it. At that time they have destroyed bank offices on their way through Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes towards Plaza Espanya.
There has been damage to at least two entities, one with a sledgehammer against the shop window and with graffiti on the façade. Some of the hooded protesters have rebuked the media so that they would not record them. Election posters have also been torn down. The Mossos d'Esquadra have warned the perpetrators of these acts over the public address system that they will act if they do not stop this attitude.
After these actions there have been some other sporadic ones, already past Plaza Espanya and in the direction of Sants, such as graffiti at a bus station or throwing cans and glue at the journalists who were following the demonstration.
At some point the demonstration has entered the streets of the neighborhood in an attempt to avoid the media and the police, but finally the participants have reached Plaça de Sants where the act has been dissolved.