Spain brought in its new public security law on Wednesday limiting freedom of speech and curbing the right to peacefully protest with the introduction of fines ranging between €100 ($111) and €600,000. The Local takes a look at some of the more repressive points of the controversial law dubbed the Ley Mordaza or "gag law". 1) Fines
Its many detractors complain that the new “gag law” harks back to the repressive days of the Franco regime. Here are a list of its most controversial points.