Spain: Police repression against student protests

Spain“The Spanish government of José Luis Zapatero’s Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) is resorting to police repression in an attempt to silence students protesting its education reforms. The protests are part of student action across Europe against the Bologna Treaty, signed in 1999, which aims at subordinating education to the needs of big business. Global action in defence of universal education is planned this week across Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Over several months now, students have been demonstrating and organising sit-ins and occupations at various universities around Spain …” (more)

[The Total Collapse, 22 April]

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