Spanish officials took streets again today to protest the measures announced on Wednesday by prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, under the greater plan of adjustment in the recent history of Spanish democracy, which is a snip of 65 000 million euros.
Among the measures of the plan there is the elimination of extra pay for Christmas for all public employees and senior management, as well as removing some of the days off they have.
Officials speak of “robbery” and “aggression.” Today’s protests took place while the cabinet was meeting to approve some of those measures included in the adjustments of 65 000 million. Hundreds of officials gathered this morning at the Puerta del Sol in Madrid. Other groups of public employees cut the traffic in the central Paseo de la Castellana. More demonstrations across Spain are expected to happen next Thursday. (FL)