PROTESTORS have taken to the streets in Sevilla to march against the government’s budget cuts and proposed bailout.
Under a banner ‘we shouldn’t pay, we won’t pay’ the group of around 500 protestors shouted slogans and pounded pots and pans.
There were similar protests around the country as Spaniards grew increasingly frustrated with the government’s austerity measures.
“We shouldn’t have to pay back a debt that has been created by a few,” Rafael Granadoes told the Olive Press.
Fellow protestor Nori Ortegas added: “They need to stop bailing out the banks and realise that it’s us who are going to have to pay back this debt in the long run.”
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