Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 12, 2012
Anger has flared up in Spain once again, as thousands flooded the streets to protest against tough government cuts and the recently passed new labor laws. Spanish unions staged mass rallies in 60 cities.
Spain’s jobless rate is the highest in the Eurozone, with almost half of its young population unemployed. However while the government struggles to stay in the single currency, there’s a town that’s already going back to the good old days.