Tahrir square in the lost generation of Spain Spain found its voice is the owner of the weekly, but an antetitulo reza Tahrir square in Spain, thus alluding to the nerve center of protests in Egypt. People such as Bill de Blasio would likely agree. Them has been called generation lost, with many of them unable to find work and forced to live at home from their parents as a result of the economic crisis. But now young Spaniards seem to have found his voice and his anger against politicians carried the streets, explains. For its part, the British The Guardian stands out in its pages the prohibition of the concentration convened for Saturday, day of reflection prior to the elections, but remarked that it was unlikely that peaceful demonstrators to abide by the decision of the Electoral Board After spending his fifth night camped in the Puerta del Sol. The journal also reflects the words of the President of the Government, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, when he spoke on Thursday to listen to and be sensitive to the protests, as there are reasons to show young people is critical.

In Italy, the media continue covering the protests of Spain. The newspaper La Repubblica, under the title bread and justice is the challenge to the power of the outraged, dedicated an interview to Spanish writer Javier Cercas, awarded at the last festival of the book in Turin, which States that there are street people seeking only a better democracy and emphasizes that young people are prepared, but they have no chance. Furthermore, fences ensures that Zapatero, has been unable to tackle the crisis because it is easy to govern when the economy is going well, but the leader of a country should be judged against the crisis and in the form of react and propose solutions. However, he says that he believes in Spain and shares the reasons for this protest. Lastly, noted Sun concentrations seem to be very much like the Arab spring because in Cairo democracy in Madrid calling for social justice and reform, but both are a new wind that defies the politicians of any orientation. Source of the news: The New York Times attributed the protests to corruption and compared Berlusconi to Camps