Итальянские студенты митингуют против повышения платы за обучение

25 Ноября 2010, 17:14

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Students, holding shields with titles of books written on them, face police in a tiny street downtown Rome on November 24, 2010. Some 2000 students took to the streets to protest a reform of the university system and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government. AFP PHOTO / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
Students, holding shields with titles of books written on them, face police in a tiny street downtown Rome on November 24, 2010. Some 2000 students took to the streets to protest a reform of the university system and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government. AFP PHOTO / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
Pisa University students protest near the leaning tower on November 25, 2010 in Pisa against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Banner reads: "Reaction in the street." AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Pisa University students protest near the leaning tower on November 25, 2010 in Pisa against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Pisa University students protest on the leaning tower on November 25, 2010 in Pisa against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Placard reads: "Pisa University revolting for the right to study." AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Students of Pisa University students protest in the Square of Miracle and on the leaning tower on November 25, 2010 in Pisa against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Placard reads: "Pisa University revolting for the right to study." AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Florence University students face police on November 25, 2010 in Florence during a protest against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Students of Florence University scuffle with Italian police forces on November 25, 2010 during their protest against proposed reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
A Florence University student bleeds after facing police on November 25, 2010 in Florence during a protest against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
Florence University students face police on November 25, 2010 in Florence during a protest against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
A student, wearing a mask, reading: "I was cut," protests in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
Florence University students face police on November 25, 2010 in Florence during a protest against proposed education reforms. Students from several cities protested against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / FABIO MUZZI
A student, wearing a mask, reading: "I was cut," protests in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Placard at center makes a reference to Education Minister Mariastella Gelmini. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government's proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO

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