It was the first such fatality in the country since such events resumed after COVID-19 curbs.
Police will set up 14 checkpoints around the Old Town's narrow streets.
The association for the protection and welfare of animals wants to find out if the bull-run complies with Balearic law on the age of traditional events which involve animals.
Among the protesters was a Podemos parliamentary deputy, Baltasar Picornell.
Some PSOE members do not understand how the Minorcan horse fiestas can be exempted and not the bull-run.
"How can it be that three councillors and some 200 votes in Fornalutx can block a law (with so much support)?"
"The government hasn't wished to take into consideration either our arguments for maintaining the fiesta or the feelings of the whole village."
One of the motions is seeking to declare the “correbou” bull-run in Fornalutx as being Balearic intangible cultural heritage.
The local party is opposed to the legislation that PSOE, Més and Podemos are proposing that would bring about a ban on all types of bull activities.
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