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A man holds a placard depecting a picture of Spain's Prime Minister Marino Rajoy and reading 'Wanted, serial hustler' during a demonstration called by the organisation Platform for Mortgage Victims (PAH) to push for a new law to end a wave of evictions of homeowners ruined by the economic crisis, on February 16, 2013 in Madrid. Similar protests were called in 50 other Spanish cities, the latest of months of demonstrations driven by anger at Spain's recession and the conservative government, which is imposing austere economic reforms. Campaigners passed a rare milestone on February 12, 2013 when the Spanish parliament agreed to debate a popular bill of measures to protect poor homeowners, backed by a petition that received more than 1.4 million signatures. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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A man holds a placard depecting a picture of Spain's Prime Minister Marino Rajoy and reading 'Wanted, serial hustler' during a demonstration called by the organisation Platform for Mortgage Victims (PAH) to push for a new law to end a wave of evictions of homeowners ruined by the economic crisis, on February 16, 2013 in Madrid. Similar protests were called in 50 other Spanish cities, the latest of months of demonstrations driven by anger at Spain's recession and the conservative government, which is imposing austere economic reforms. Campaigners passed a rare milestone on February 12, 2013 when the Spanish parliament agreed to debate a popular bill of measures to protect poor homeowners, backed by a petition that received more than 1.4 million signatures. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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A man holds a placard depecting a picture of Spain's Prime Minister... Nachrichtenfoto 161799866Bahnsteig,Bild,Demonstration,Ende,Erwachsene Person,Finanzen,Halten,Horizontal,Justizwesen,Krise,Madrid,Mariano Rajoy Brey,Männer,Neu,Organisation,Politik,Premierminister,Reform,Schieben,Spanien,Transparent,Wirtschaft,Zerstört,Zivilist,ZwangsräumungPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA man holds a placard depecting a picture of Spain's Prime Minister Marino Rajoy and reading 'Wanted, serial hustler' during a demonstration called by the organisation Platform for Mortgage Victims (PAH) to push for a new law to end a wave of evictions of homeowners ruined by the economic crisis, on February 16, 2013 in Madrid. Similar protests were called in 50 other Spanish cities, the latest of months of demonstrations driven by anger at Spain's recession and the conservative government, which is imposing austere economic reforms. Campaigners passed a rare milestone on February 12, 2013 when the Spanish parliament agreed to debate a popular bill of measures to protect poor homeowners, backed by a petition that received more than 1.4 million signatures. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)