Madrid, 15 may (EFE).- One year ago on Tuesday tens of thousands of disenchanted Spaniards suffering from the country's drawn-out economic gloom, gave birth to the 15-M indignant movement.
Images of the "indignado's" 26-day-long protest camp-out in Madrid's central Puerta del Sol square had global significance, sparking the famous "Occupy" sit-in protests in New York, London and in cities around the world.
A year later demonstrators returned to central Madrid and the centers of other Spanish cities to mark the movement's anniversary, with mini-assemblies voicing their objection to austerity measures and to deep cuts to public services, and as a reminder that the spirit of 15-M lives on.
In spirit and in action. The movement has evolved into a social network, with teams of lawyers and professionals providing logistics to the movement's network of service providers, who are stepping in to help the marginalized members of a society too cash-strapped to handle
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