32,500 Spanish families put their house – Financial crisis
The Spanish central bank was last year seized 39 167 homes. In 32,490 of them involved the permanent home services. The rest are holiday homes and homes for rent. It is estimated that since the beginning of the crisis in 2008, some 400,000 homes in Spain were seized. Taken Suicide and protests in Spain have been large demonstrations against the controversial evictions. According to media reports, several people who were put out of the house, committed suicide.
Posted on May 14, 2013, in Banking, buisiness, EU, Government, Human rights and Liberties, politics, Protest, Wealth and tagged Austerity, Bank of Spain, Central Bank, De Morgen, Spain, Spanish language, Spanish people, Suicide, Travel and Tourism. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.