Spains government is set to vote on an emergency travel advisory that could force Spanish citizens to cancel their trips abroad.
The move is a sign of growing anger against the countrys travel ban imposed on Friday.
The vote has already been delayed until Wednesday.
Spain’s interior ministry announced the vote was called to “protect the life of the person in danger” and to provide “maximum flexibility” for travelers.
The ministry said the measure would apply to anyone who “believes that they are in imminent danger.”
“Spain’s travel ban has been declared unconstitutional,” Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said on Friday, referring to a measure passed by Spain’s lower house of parliament in December, which was later overturned by the Constitutional Court.
The government said the decision to take immediate action would be based on the advice of a court.
The country’s National Guard is also set to be mobilized to help the authorities in the event of a travel ban.
The vote comes after a week of protests over the suspension of the country’s capital, Madrid, as part of the new travel ban, which is designed to keep the country safe and allow travelers to enter the country.