The situation in Spain is deteriorating as the money it got from Europe went to bailing out banks which continue to foreclose homes, but not help ordinary people, anti-austerity activist Clara Valverde told RT.
RT: Last year’s Dignity March in Spain against austerity saw a huge turnout. Why are people taking to the streets again, twelve months on?
Clara Valverde: Things have got worse not better. For instance now we are up to 500 foreclosures a day and people are hungry, children are hungry and for the first time since we have democracy people are dying in the winter time because of the lack of heating because they cannot afford heating in their homes. This is a much worse situation than a year ago.