Barcelona Oberta, an organization that brings together the commercial and tourist axes of the city, has requested the "immediate" eviction from camping of students from Plaza Universitat, mobilized since last October 30.
In a statement, he has lamented the "instability" suffered by economic activity in the Catalan capital since October 14, date of publication of the sentence of the 'procés', and has charged against the "passivity" of the mayor's government, Ada Colau.
Barcelona Oberta has also claimed guarantee the correct traffic circulation through the streets Gran Via, Ronda Universitat, Sant Antoni and Pelai, which suffer cuts since the beginning of the protests of university students.
The organization affirms "defending the right to demonstrate", but "not to perpetuate a action that is affecting coexistence among citizens ", as well as the operation of commerce and restoration, considered" key sectors "for the city.
At the gates of start of the Christmas campaign In shops, Barcelona Oberta has called on the Barcelona City Council to "restore order with the utmost diligence in the public space to restore normalcy with maximum speed."