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The slogans are from left to right and top to bottom:
SOL-ution Plaza [because of the Puerta or Plaza del Sol]
Your future is now!
To want is to can [Spanish saying] and now we want CHANGE
It is unjust to be two years underemployed (for all the 300-euro-ists)
- POLICE + PHILOSOPHY
United by common sense
Can one camp several days to watch Hanna Montana but not to defend our rights?
Their crisis-scam breaks social peace NOT THIS WAY
Fuck the system [in English originally]
Hands up: this is a contract!
We are people for people
WE ARE NOT AFRAID!
Much chorizo [slang for thief, also a meat preserve], too little bread
Violence is to earn €600 [monthly]
We will not be shut up!
Few bread, awful circus!
[For?] your future, fight!
No more fraud mortgages. You get my home and I owe you nothing [Spanish law allows banks to demand payment of mortgage debt even after foreclosure - believe it or not... it's true]
We are the fucking change!
From the Puerta del Sol... No nos moverán! [They won't move us - cry better known in the original Spanish, as it's a Civil War antifascist cry]
Thousands, millions tomorrow... a democracy without corrupts
We are not anti-system, we are system changers
We are not all, the prisoners are missing! No more police setups! Acquittal! [A reference to the arrested ones]
Violence is not to be able to meet ends
More jobs people
Público newspaper also has a quite decent photo gallery of the latest protests, which seem widespread (hard to confirm sometimes because most media are ignoring them). Some of them:
|Air view of Puerta del Sol (Madrid)|
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As I said, the Spanish May has reached to the Basque Country somewhat, specially to Navarre, where there were protests today as well. Photogallery at Ateak Ireki.
A few people also gathered in Bilbao again. Gara has a photogallery: