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When the day turns off, Sol brights
Madrid

Friday May 20th, Madrid. The centric square Puerta del Sol is full of people asking for a real democracy and for the power that the market and banks have over the government. The protests are peaceful, creating dialog to get voice power and flag-less. All kind of people are meeting here, some of them stay at night. There are organized groups of volunteers for maintaining the place clean, for cooking, communication groups, etc. The sound: http://snd.sc/jPbqeD Get more info here: http://www.facebook.com/SpanishRevolution http://madrid.tomalaplaza.net/ http://www.democraciarealya.es/?page_id=814

Copyright: Pau valiente
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Uploaded: 30/05/2011
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: acampadasol; acampada sol; spanish revolution; madrid; spain; no nos vamos; ocupa la plaza; toma la calle spanishrevolution
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