Protest March in Málaga


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    (press release – hadn’t seen mention here)
    March in support of those unfortunate enough to live in a house under threat of demolition by the Junta de Andalucía. Thousands of Europeans who bought their houses in good faith now face the frightening prospect of the demolition of their homes.
    This march is organised by Save Our Homes Axarquía ( in protest against the actions of the Junta de Andalucía, and will be supported by marchers from Cartama, Almería, Mijas and other towns and provinces of Andalucía and the Valencian Community.
    We ask three things of the Junta:
    1. That no new demolitions be ordered.
    2. That where houses must be demolished reasonable compensation must be paid in advance.
    3. That the Junta begin the process of regularisation.
    We also believe that the Junta, by its actions, has a policy of punishing the innocent victims of unscrupulous developers, politicians and lawyers.
    We march under the slogan of “Punish the guilty, not the victims”.

    The march will begin with speeches at:
    12.00pm 17th March 2010
    La Plaza De La Marina, Málaga

    Join with us and fight this injustice.

    For more information and copies of the speeches contact

    We plan to congregate for speeches at 12 noon in the Plaza de le Marina which is opposite to the gates to the Port of Malaga. We will the cross the road into Calle Marques de Larios and walk up to Plaza de la Constitucion, left into Calle Nueva, left into Calle Alarcon Garcia, right onto Calle Marques de Larios then finish back at the Plaza de la Marina, finishing with some more speeches.
    Marta Andreasen, the MEP who stirred José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero on the opening of Spain’s six month presidency of the European Union, will attend the demonstration.

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