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Spain's struggling public sector workers and the unemployed converged on
Spain's capitol to denounce their governments decision to implement deeper
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced last month an additional $85 billon
more in austerity measures, accompanied with higher taxes, and possibly
request more bailout funds. As a result, Spaniards are turning to more direct
actions to challenge the government.
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