Thursday, September 6, 2012

Andalusian Worker March VI: BBVA offices in Utrera occupied

As you may know the Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) is the largest Basque bank and second largest one of the Spanish realm. Its offices in the Andalusian town of Utrera have been occupied today, as part of the mobilization and disobedience campaign that is the Worker March promoted by the Andalusian Workers' Union (SAT).

The nonviolent action, which mustered the comprehension and even support of bank workers and customers, took place simultaneously with the daily press release. This time police abstained from using violence in the eviction and nobody was arrested. 

In previous days other bank offices or corporate sees have been occupied as well: Zara-Inditex in Granada a few days ago or that of Banesto yesterday in Málaga. 

The march journey concluded at Los Palacios, whose mayor joined the protest before La Caixa, another big bankster, which has abused small savers with the scam of the "preferential stock", which was sold as equivalent to a long-term account, abusing the naivety of the people.

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