Spanish emigrants around the world: UNITE!

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October 12 is Hispanic Day or National Day (also Spain’s Day of the Armed Forces).

Thus, last Saturday was chosen by Juventud Sin Futuro (Youth without a Future) to protest against the situation of young Spaniards: “We’re not leaving – they’re kicking us out”

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Young Spaniards working on the following cities gathered to protest:

Germany
- Berlin
- Dresden
- Frankfurt

AUSTRIA
- Vienna

BOLIVIA
- La Paz

CANADA
- Montreal

CHILE
- Santiago de Chile

FRANCE
- Paris

ISLANDIA
- Reykjavik

LUXEMBURGO

GREAT BRITAIN
- Brighton
- Edinburg
- London

SWEDEN
- Stockholm

URUGUAY
- Montevideo

Maroon or deep-red is the colour of the Spanish passport

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Recently, the Spanish Minister of Employment and Social Security, Fatima Bañez, said this was only a change before the crisis Spain was receiving thousands of immigrants), she called this “exterior mobility”

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