Cartoon: Franco’s Back

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Two days ago the “gag law” was silently approved by the Spanish government, which will severely restrict the right of public demonstrations or strikes through ridiculous economic penalties and legalization of police brutality. The “gag law” also declares illegal any kind of recording of police brutality through iPods, cell phones, digital cameras, or any other artifact. We are progressively coming back to the times of Franco’s dictatorship.

Artist: Miguel Villalba Sánchez (Elchicotriste) (Spain)
See more of this artist’s work on Cartoon Movement.

This piece was originally published on December 14, 2014.

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