Continue in Spain and especially in the city of Valencia protests against austerity measures and laws enacted by the new Spanish government.
This is normal in the time it sits more than 40% of Spaniards under the threat of dismissal from work, or at best reduce their salaries under the labor laws enacted by the new government.
Changed the government, but nothing has changed Economic crisis eats Spanish cities day after day and the number of demonstrations is increasing and expanding the scope of the protests. Economists and experts are calling from far and near bankruptcy and out of the Eurogroup is the solution, but one of them in Brussels to make a finger in his ear.
Source: Russia Today