Edit your own movie telling us your story and the experience of the struggle in SEAT or simply tell us what you think about the situation of the economic crisis we are experiencing, and the role of politicians, labor unions or citizens involved in it.
I participated in underground meetings and helped to make leaflets. Those actions were risky, because if we were caught we would be facing dismissal from the company, torture and even prison. When I was detained the Franco regime wanted to put me in jail for 6 years, so I decided to go into exile in France.
After Franco's death I returned to Spain. Thanks to the continuos struggle of my SEAT workmates I got my job back and was able to continue being part of the labor union.
I'm part of the increasing group of highly educated unemployed in this country. The situation we are living in is outrageous.
It's surprising that more than one million people go out on the streets to celebrate the national soccer team's victory but they don't gather with the same fierce to defend their most essential rights. Is their indifference towards politics this big? Our leaders have done enough to bring this situation upon us, but I think, that if we release the pressure, things will get worse.