Spain Financial Crisis Evictions

Spain Financial Crisis Evictions

Veronica Carro Cabaninas, 51 years old, born in Argentina and with Spanish citizenship speaks with police officers before her eviction from her house, in Parla, Spain, Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Veronica, a former gardener and concierge at Parla's townhall, has resided in the apartment with her 14 year old daughter Rocio for the past 5 years, but since being unemployed for the last 3 years and her only income was a state handout of 426 euros ($584) a month she could not afford to pay a protected rent of 370 euros a month ($513) to Lazora, a private investor company who bought her house from the City Hall Housing and Land Company (EMVS). Lazora demanded their eviction. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

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April 30, 2014 08:00:28 AM
April 30, 2014 03:28:15 PM
Daniel Ochoa de Olza
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
4481 x 2987 0.98 MB
Financial crisis, Economy, Business, Financial crisis, Financial markets
Parla, Spain
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