Spain: Victory for PAH, eviction stopped by Strasbourg Court

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The eviction of a block of flats, which stood empty for two years, occupied by the anti evictions platform (PAH) with several homeless families has been stopped on October 16, 2013 in Salt, near Girona, Spain. Forty three people were meant to be evicted today from the building (bloc Salt) owned by the “bad bank” Sareb but it was stopped for now by Strasbourg Court. The European Court postponed the eviction to the 29th Oct. Until the 24th the Spanish government has time to explain how it will preserve the human rights of the 43 inhabitants (21 children among them) in case of eviction.

For more information: #BlocSalt

A new silverlining for Europes housing precariat?

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3 thoughts on “Spain: Victory for PAH, eviction stopped by Strasbourg Court

  1. More information about the occupied block of flats called #BlocSalt by @LA_PAH:

    http://wiki.15m.cc/wiki/Bloc_Salt

  2. Reblogged this on The Free.

  3. Pingback: Transition Europe | Strasbourg Court supports Spanish anti-eviction movement (PAH)

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