Seville youth bear brunt of economic collapse
Unemployment among youths in the southern Spanish city mirrors conditions around the country, writes Peter Geoghegan.
A middle-aged man with a Che Guevara beard and a black and white keffiyeh smiles down from an election poster attached to a lamppost in Gines, a middle-class suburb on the outskirts of Seville. Below the photograph, a single-word instruction in bright red ink: Rebelate.
But there is little sign of rebellion on the neat, tidy streets of Gines, just a weary fatalism about the prospects for Seville and for Spain.
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