"A moratorium on mortgage arrears for the first houses of families with difficulties in paying their loans back."
"Increase the EU's social budget, and establish a levy on capital movements within its boundaries" - which basically means saying adiós to free movement of capital. Podemos also calls for a "bigger levy" on movements of capital from the EU to third countries.
"Establishment of trade agreements among small producers in Southern European countries. Development of specific cooperation mechanisms among Southern European countries." On the other hand, Podemos wants to "abandon" negotiations over the EU-US free trade agreement (TTIP), and calls for a "substantial revision" of the existing EU-Latin America free trade deals.
"A derogation from the Lisbon Treaty so that public services are exempted from the competition principle."
"Stop the use of Memoranda of Understanding" - which set out the conditions attached to EU-IMF bailout loans to struggling eurozone countries. (3)
This is a huge opportunity for the people of Spain to stop the euro-bleeding and to get back the beautiful country that was once theirs. It's been almost 100 years since the dictator Francisco Franco stole Spain from its rightful heirs and introduced a dictatorial regime that outlawed progress and freedom of expression. The two tweedledee and tweedledum parties that succeeded him did even worse. It's time for the people to be heard and Podemos plans to do just that.
Viva la revolucion!
Y Que viva Espana!
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