They are characterized by the decreasing number of participation. From July 28 to August 12, the March to Lemíniz takes place, which travels the country in two columns. On the 12th around 30,000 people gather in Lemniz. The last months of 1979, especially November, are characterized by the Civil Disobedience campaign promoted by the anti-nuclearists. On the one hand, explanatory brochures are elaborated, on the other, the so-called Blackout arises. There are round tables, bicycle demonstrations, chaining in front of Iberduero, demonstrations. On November 11, ETA assaulted the Malieno Nuclear Equipment factory, in Santander, and attached fifty kilos of dynamite to various materials under construction and repair destined for the Nuclear Power Plant. At the end of 1979, the Council of Ministers resolved to reclassify the Lemniz area as industrial, thereby annulling the processes in progress and paving the way for Iberduero's legal status.