Spanish Prisoners in Struggle Carrying Out Rotating Hunger Strikes Since September 1
A group of incarcerated people in different prisons in the Spanish State have been carrying out rotating hunger strikes since September 1. They are calling for the release of critically ill people, the end of “indefinite” and politically concealed life imprisonment and the rest of the points in the list of demands. This strike is the fifth in two years and is the first rotating strike in which each prisoner is participating in a 10 day hunger strike. After the 10 days the next person starts their strike. The schedule has been organized in the street by support groups as requested by the prisoners. The strikes began on September 1 and the end of the protests is still unknown as people are still joining the rotating strikes.
Talks, rallies and letter writing events are being organized on the outside to support the prisoners and to inform the people about the strike, the collective struggle and the situation of some prisoners like Antonio Nieto Galindo. Below you can find a link to a page where some events are being scheduled, which is updated regularly, as well as another link to the list of prisoners in struggle.