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I found the problem. It was silly of me, the feature branch was at the same level as the master branch so bitbucket don't let me create any pull request until there is a commit.
The error was present yes but in the bottom of the form, and not highlighted. I though that a pull request was to add certain commits to then review it, and not to add at least one commit and then create it. The process was a little confusing, maybe logical but not user friendly; as a dumb user I wasn't expecting to create a pull request after a push, else as administrator I was preparing the feature branch to the team work on it in the same topic, and prepare the whole structure (pull request, review whatever).
Summarizing it is solved, but at least highlight the error in the form would be good.
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