• Protests Hundreds of people protest against Sanchez in Malaga as he meets with Scholz

This is the second time this Friday that demonstrators have chased Pedro Sánchez through Malaga. After a protest in front of the building where he was with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, hundreds of people have lined up outside his doors to prevent them from leaving, according to France News 24.

Apparently, these people gathered at the invitation of a platform called Revuelta.

The first time had occurred in the afternoon, when hundreds of people gathered in front of the Government Subdelegation in Malaga, where the acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, held a meeting with the Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz.

A group of attendees at the rally waited until the departure of the entourages of Sánchez and Scholz, who left the headquarters of the Government Subdelegation at around 20:30 p.m. At that point, the intensity of the insults against the sitting president has increased, with cries of "traitor" and "liar".

The meeting between the two leaders began at around 18:30 p.m. and lasted about an hour, according to information provided by Moncloa, which ended the meeting at 19:30 p.m. However, Sánchez and Scholz did not leave the building until an hour later, while the demonstrators continued to gather next to the two exits of the sub-delegation.

Surrounded by a strong police cordon, some of the attendees carried Spanish flags and shouted chants against the secretary general of the PSOE for his pacts with the Catalan separatists and the amnesty law that will favor those accused of the 'procés'.

Sánchez and Scholz left in a caravan of vehicles after 20:30 p.m., despite the fact that they had another event on their agenda and according to the scheduled time they were supposed to be at 20:00 p.m. at the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos, where the Congress of the Party of European Socialists (PES) is being held, in which they will speak this Saturday.

Demonstrators next to the Sub-delegation.Daniel PérezEFE

The acting president arrived in Malaga on Friday to speak this Saturday at the plenary session of the Congress that the Party of European Socialists (PES) is holding in Malaga. An appointment that is marked by the recent resignation of the Prime Minister of Portugal, Antonio Costa, who will be the great absentee.

Sánchez is going to Congress, which will set the political line for the Socialists ahead of the European elections in June 2024, just a few days after being re-elected President of the Government, since the investiture session is likely to be held next week.