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The night was developed without altercations and in an atmosphere of respect. Hundreds of people slept at the satin in Valencia and Seville. The Plaza de Cataluna in Barcelona attended by 8,000 people, according to the Guardia Urbana, 20,000 according to organizers thousands of campers continue reflecting on the Puerta del Sol, that never sleeps. rs Clearing House. Support for the 15-M movement continues to expand beyond our borders. Please visit Ben Bernanke if you seek more information. Thousands of campers that they have remained in the Plaza de Cataluna in Barcelona have already aroused in day of reflection of the municipal elections and after an intense evening with an Assembly that lasted until three in the morning. The night has developed in an atmosphere of respect, no altercations, though with some point isolated voltage, which has been resolved without violence, they have explained some of the campers. Thousands of people, 8,000 according to the Guardia Urbana and some 20,000 according to organizers, celebrated with applause and shouts of we won’t! the beginning of the day of reflection to the midnight, and reiterated his intention to remain in the Catalonia square despite the ban issued by the Central Electoral Board. Assembly of dawn the sound of pans, whistles and shouts of joy of the Congregation broke at midnight the silence with which the people gathered in the central square of Barcelona’s listened to who took the floor in the Assembly, which has begun at 2245 hours and finished at 03.00 a.m., with an hour and a half of questions and debate. The increase in the minimum wage, expropriation of the empty flats, the possibility to cancel mortgages with the return of the floors, the end of cuts in education and health, the application of the Tobin tax on bank transactions or a new electoral law are some of the issues addressed, which could be integrated in a possible joint document. Commissions that will take place this Saturday must channel all discussions and opinions of face to draw up a consensus document.

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