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A woman covers her mouth with strips that read 'no penal code' as she takes part in a demonstration called by the 'Dignity Marches' platform against the new public security law, dubbed 'ley mordaza' (gag law), in Madrid on January 25, 2015. The lower house of Spanish parliament passed this law, on December 12, 2014, with the only affirmative votes of the ruling Popular Party (PP). AFP PHOTO/ DANI POZO (Photo credit should read DANI POZO/AFP/Getty Images)

A woman covers her mouth with strips that read 'no penal code' as she takes part in a demonstration called by the 'Dignity Marches' platform against the new public security law, dubbed 'ley mordaza' (gag law), in Madrid on January 25, 2015. The lower house of Spanish parliament passed this law, on December 12, 2014, with the only affirmative votes of the ruling Popular Party (PP).    AFP PHOTO/ DANI POZO        (Photo credit should read DANI POZO/AFP/Getty Images)