miércoles, 2 de mayo de 2012
Yesterday was held on International Workers' Day. One day that was born on May 1st 1886 in Chicago, when 200,000 workers went on strike for eight hours of work (at that time, the limit was 18 hours). While almost everyone is still celebrating the May 1 in the USA becomes the first Monday in September, since when was institutionalized May 1st, the U.S. rulers thought it best not to remember the riots.
Yesterday, protesting the new labor reform of the current government of Spain, also the cuts in health and education, and the changes that affect to retirees.