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Police in Madrid, breaking up the demonstrators with rubber bullets


MADRID (MEDIAFAX) - Riot police on Friday morning were broken up to small groups of protesters with rubber bullets, so as to end mass protests against further austerity measures and cuts in spending Spanish government. Informs AFP.

Protests are taking place around the Puerta del Sol. Several protesters clashed with police who used batons as well.

In the center of Madrid, on Thursday evening brought together thousands of people. Protests convened two major Spanish trade unions UGT and CCOO.

The Spanish government announced a plan last week, new wage cuts and tax increases to save 65 billion euros (about 1.65 trillion. CZK), more and more frequent.

Spain suffers its second recession in the last four years, and local unemployment rate exceeds 24 percent, the highest of all countries throughout the European Union.Spain beleaguered very serious economic problems to investigate and cuts are just part of a comprehensive austerity package to reduce the debt of Spain.


Katerina Červenková, cervenkova@mediafax.cz

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