From daily The Morning Star in England today:
Several thousand demonstrators marched in Spanish cities on Saturday to protest against the mismanagement of banks that left them on the verge of bankruptcy.
There has been a dramatic rise in poverty, hunger and inequality across Spain since the outbreak of the economic crisis in 2008. Spain has now become the country with the most inequality of all 27 countries of the European Union (EU): here. And here.
Spanish government imposes more austerity measures: here.
A Madrid, il y a chaque jour, cent expulsions de logements: here.
Why Wage Depression Is Not The Way Out For Spain: here.
European Officials Pushing Austerity in Spain to Boost Corporate Profits By Repressing Unions and Wages: here.
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- #23F: Citizens’ Tide of Austerity Protests Swamps Spain (commondreams.org)