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Maybe change is coming??
Anger on the Streets, Panic in the Corridors of Power
The establishment, both inside and outside Spain, is clearly alarmed at the scale and intensity of public anger in the country. In 2013 alone, there were 6,000 demonstrations, 84 of which turned violent according to police figures. What’s more, in the European elections, Spain’s two main establishment parties failed, for the first time in decades, to cobble together 50 percent of the vote.
The causes of public outrage are plain to see. The real economy continues its vertiginous decline while political corruption is at an all-time high. The collapse of the cajas (savings banks), which functioned for decades as financial outposts of the country’s two main political parties, has cost the public well in excess…
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