The Málaga branch of the 15m movement in Spain protested in the streets yesterday, demanding that the social health system should not receive cuts. Protests have also been widespread throughout Spain.
In Málaga, the 15m movement marched through the streets and also held a "flash mob" with Zombies dancing.
Protesters state that the people deserve a good quality social health system as a basic human right.
Workers in Spain pay social security every month of their working lives. This social security payment goes towards the health service and also towards a pension when they retire.
However, despite the fact that workers continue to pay, services are rapidly diminishing due to the recent austerity measures in Spain.
They say that the present government, while accumulating wealth for its members, is now treating social services like a business. The government is dismantling and aggravating the social health system through new budgets and are introducing "new forms of management".
Protesters state: "Spain is a democratic republic of all types of workers, which organizes itself through liberty and justice." The 2012 reality is "Labour reform and cuts to social and civil liberties."
Promo video for the event: