In the News (from Google News): “Hundreds of thousands of people, many waving red and white union flags, protested across Spain on Sunday against sweeping labour market reforms that make it easier to slash pay and lay off workers….
“Union officials said 500,000 people hit the streets in Madrid, 400,000 in Barcelona, 150,000 in Valencia and 50,000 in Seville.”
My Comment: This is only the beginning of the protests. They can be stopped by other reforms: by the fair distribution of income and the transition of the economy into reasonable limits. But this can be only implemented under the condition of educating all the population with explanatory programs for everyone.