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“la Huelga General es el Parlamento de la Calle”
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En una rueda de prensa realizada hoy en Iruñea [Euskal Herria] junto con la Secretaria General de LAB, Ainhoa Etxaide, el prestigioso intelectual estadounidense ha opinado que la Huelga General del 30 de mayo va a mostrar que “hay grandes colectividades que no están de acuerdo ni con Bruselas ni con los administradores que gestionan las políticas de Bruselas”.

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