Spanish (protesting) in the world
El Pais, by Google translator;
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The meeting agreed to establish an international commission to coordinate with similar movements to the 15-M in other nearby countries. Banners displaying inveighed against the bankers, the PSOE and the PP. “They call it democracy and it is not,” read one. On Friday, we could read in another: “Why go back?” Reports from Brussels Ricardo M. of Herrod.
In Paris, a hundred supporters of the Movement 15-M gathered at the Place de la Bastille, but it coincided with another rally moved to the nearby Piazza della Repubblica, reports Antonio Jiménez Barca. “The majority are Spanish, but gradually more and more French and citizens of other countries,” said Bruno Gangoiti, one of the participants. Young had planned to spend the night in the square.
In London, thousands of students and workers gathered again at the Spanish Embassy to continue showing their identification with the Movimiento 15-M. At noon they began to meet the first protesters, while “a minority group” continued the protest after spending the night outdoors.
In Italy, hundreds of young Spanish and Italians expressed their identification with the Movimiento 15-M. In streets and squares of Rome, Milan, Pisa, Bari, Bologna, Florence, Taranto, Padua, Palermo and Turin displayed placards, staged sit-ins and exhibited white balloons as a symbol of unity and peace. In Rome, some 200 people gathered for a second day on the plaza of Spain, next to the Embassy to the Holy See, Miguel Mora report. In Copenhagen, about 300 people gathered well before the Spanish legation.
In Mexico, some 100 young people gathered at the Embassy of Spain. They chanted and cheered, the slogan “they call it democracy and it is not.” Most were Spanish, but then joined Mexican protesters.
“Young people who reside outside of Spain we must support and match the actions that challenge our current political system,” explained one of the organizers. In Milan, the students gathered again in the Piazza del Duomo with some Italians. The # italianrevolution seemed to be gaining popularity in Facebook (14,000 registered last night) with the support of Viola and movement Popolo 5 Stars, whose leader, comedian Beppe Grillo, participated in the protests on Friday in Barcelona.