The pain in Spain

Spanish police officers carry a member of the Mortgage Victims' Platform outside Bankia headquarters during a protest against evictions Monday in Madrid, Spain. One in four people in Spain are now unemployed as the economic crisis tightens its grip. Spain is now under increasing pressure to come up with a first-of-its kind insolvency law for the country that would allow mortgage debtors to turn in their keys and face limited liability.
Spanish police officers carry a member of the Mortgage Victims' Platform outside Bankia headquarters during a protest against evictions Monday in Madrid, Spain. One in four people in Spain are now unemployed as the economic crisis tightens its grip. Spain is now under increasing pressure to come up with a first-of-its kind insolvency law for the country that would allow mortgage debtors to turn in their keys and face limited liability. Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP Photo

Spanish police officers carry a member of the Mortgage Victims' Platform outside Bankia headquarters during a protest against evictions Monday in Madrid, Spain. One in four people in Spain are now unemployed as the economic crisis tightens its grip. Spain is now under increasing pressure to come up with a first-of-its kind insolvency law for the country that would allow mortgage debtors to turn in their keys and face limited liability.

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