crossing in solidarity
Economists, sociologists, political deliver the same explanation. If Spain is not in fire and blood, despite its 6 million unemployed, 26% of the workforce, thanks to the underground economy, which represent more than 20% of GDP. But also, and especially, to colchón (“mattress”) family. In other words, solidarity. Almost too weak a word to summarize helps families their loved ones in times of crisis. Rate roof or money is valuable when more than 55% of those under 25 are unemployed, when nearly 1.8 million households have all their members unemployed and one in five (one child four according to UNICEF) lives below the poverty line.
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