Бунтующая толпа в Мадриде устроила стычки с полицией

20 Июля 2012, 10:19

People protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in Seville on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits.AFP PHOTO/ CRISTINA QUICLER
A man stands in front of riot policemen on a street of Madrid during a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
A fireman tries to put fire out after a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, in Madrid on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
A man holds a sign reading "Spaniards, Franco is back" on a street of Madrid during a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
Riot policemen remain on a street of Madrid during a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
Riot policemen remain on a street of Madrid after a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
Riot policemen remain on a street of Madrid after a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE
Riot policemen patrol a street after a demonstration against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in downtown Madrid on July 19, 2012. Conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/DOMINIQUE FAGET
Riot policemen patrol a street after a demonstration against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in downtown Madrid on July 19, 2012. Conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/DOMINIQUE FAGET
Waste containers burn after a demonstration against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in downtown Madrid on July 19, 2012. Conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/DOMINIQUE FAGET
People protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in Seville on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits.AFP PHOTO/ CRISTINA QUICLER
Thousands of people protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures, in Madrid, on July 19, 2012. Several hundred government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/DOMINIQUE FAGET

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