Saturday, March 29, 2008

There's No Justice

Workers in the Spanish Justice Ministry have been on strike for several weeks now, meaning that an already slow judicial system is more or less grinding to a halt. The reason for the action is that the strikers want to be paid the same as their counterparts who have been transferred to the autonomous regional comunidades. According to El País the only thing holding up an agreement now is to decide how to resolve the backlog that has been created by the strike. In the meantime anyone who wants to drive down the Calle San Bernardo this morning is making a mistake, the street is completely blocked.

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