-Photographing or recording police – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-Peaceful disobedience to authority – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-Occupying banks as means of protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-Not formalizing a protest – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-For carrying out assemblies or meetings in public spaces – 100 to 600€ fine.
-For impeding or stopping an eviction – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-For presence at an occupied space (not only social centers but also houses occupied by evicted families) – 100 to 600€ fine.
-Police black lists for protesters, activists and alternative press have been legalized.
-Meeting or gathering in front of Congress – 600 to 30.000€ fine.
-Appealing the fines in court requires the payment of judicial costs, whose amount depends on the fine.
-It allows random identity checks, allowing for racial profiling of immigrants and minorities.
-Police can now carry out raids at their discretion, without the need for “order” to have been disrupted.
-External bodily searches are also now allowed at police discretion.
-The government can prohibit any protest at will, if it feels “order” will be disrupted.
-Any ill-defined “critical infrastructure” is now considered a forbidden zone for public gatherings if it might affect their functioning.
-There are also fines for people who climb buildings and monuments without permission. (This has been a common method of protest from organizations like Greenpeace.)