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29M - general strike in Spain
Madrid

On 29th of March, Spanish Unions call for a general strike to protest the labour reforms and austerity cuts of the conservative government. There where lots of demonstrations all around Spain. In Madrid, thousands of people marched through the principal streets. In the panorama we can see the cross of the centrical streets Alcalá and Gran Vía full of protesters. There where lots of political and civic organizations supporting the protests. In the image we can see lots of red flags of the UGT and CCOO unions. The demonstration ended in the central Puerta del Sol where the Unions made a speech.

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Uploaded: 08/04/2012
Updated: 23/05/2012
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