Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

Protest against the LOMLOE in Spain Fotoğraf: Burak Akbulut

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 22: Demonstration in downton Madrid, central Spain, against the LOMLOE ('Organic Law of Modification of the Organic Law of Education'), popularly known as 'Ley Celaa' after the current education minister of the socialist PSOE party, Isabel Celaa, on November 22, 2020. With a decision made by PSOE, Podemos and the rest of the parliamentary groups supporting the coalition government, the new educational law, the eighth in just over four decades of Spain's democracy and the first in Spain's history that leaves civil society out of its debate in the Lower House, has been heavily questioned by opposition parties (PP, Cs, Vox and UPN) since the rule was known and afterwards approved following a fierce debate on 19 November. ( Burak Akbulut - Anadolu Agency )

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