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At least 10 people have been injured and three arrested after anti-monarchy protesters clashed with police in the Spanish capital, Madrid. The activists slammed monarchy, saying it’s a “dictatorship” and “corrupt”.At least 500 people gathered in Puerta del Sol, one of the best known and busiest places in the heart of Madrid, reported Ruptly news agency. The activists were demanding reform to the country’s constitution and the abolition of the monarchy.The protesters were holding banners saying “Constituent Processes now! Monarchy is not democracy, it is dictatorship and corruption,” reported El Nuevo Herald newspaper.