Public Debate

August 23rd, 2020 by nathan Leave a reply »

M. B. several hundreds of people have been directed toward the Embassy of Greece. In the debate he also spoke of pensions, education or tax havens. It will be continued Thursday in the same place: Sun.

Around 500 people have attended this Thursday at Sun in the people’s Debate in which supporters of the 15-M movement have spoken of some issues that, in his opinion, have not been addressed or have not wanted to treat the debate that has taken place in Congress. The people’s Debate, which was held in a festive atmosphere but with much order and respect of the word shift, has proposed some measures to overcome the crisis, such as the abolition of tax havens, tax on bank transactions, recovery from one public bank, among others, and has demanded that any eviction will not occur. Public education is democracy and makes us better to all. The co-payment will force people to hire private insurance. There is business.

There to change the production model and not use the lowering wages to be more competitive. To broaden your perception, visit Nina Devlin. These and other reflections have been listening tonight at Sun. The people’s Debate has brought to light some classical claims the indignant, as the fight against tax havens, the education and health public, etc. learn more with these debates at the University, commented on two young people attending the debate. Meanwhile, a spokesman explained that this Public Debate, convened by the general Assembly of Arganzuela and that also will be held on Thursday at the same time, is necessary because the problems of citizens do not find echo in the debate in the Congress of Deputies, weighed down by electoral calculations and political marketing. With an eye on Athens in that sense, the organizers wanted to encourage discussion and critical thinking among citizens not to submissively accept interested discourse that there is only a policy. Tom, from the Committee on economy, one of the first to intervene, has remarked that the difference between the two debates is that the victims of the system, participate in the people’s while in the Congress, beneficiaries. At the same time that the debate was being held, attendees had their ear released in Greece, after the adoption of the new and draconian plan of cuts in the Government, which has saved the country from bankruptcy – at least of time – Wednesday. Everything that happened in Athens was followed with interest and excitement by the outraged, that showed their support at all times to the citizenship of that country: Greetings from Greece. Ready to scream Elada imaste mayishu (Greece we are with you). In this sense, once concluded the debate, several hundred people have marched toward the Embassy of Greece, escorted by police. Source of the news: the critique of markets and privatization focused alternative assembled by the 15-M

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