The ‘real story’ behind the Spanish ‘Galleria del Mar’

In Spain, the Spanish “galleria del mar” (the “Marches” or “Marines”) is a place that is a bastion of Spanish identity.

For decades, it has been a place where the nation’s various factions of people gathered, where Spaniards can get their nails done, and where politicians can get on the phone and engage in conversation.

Now, however, the “Galleria” has become a battleground for a movement to reform the country’s outdated labor laws and bring it in line with international labor standards.

The “Galleries” are the epicentre of Spain’s labor troubles.

Here, an older woman in a dark suit and ties waits in line to get her nails done.

I’m a new worker here.

It’s hard for me to describe my work here.

But I want to prove to my colleagues that it is possible to work here in the future.

– Juan Carlos Gómez, 30, worker, Barcelona, Spain I came to Barcelona from Madrid in 2010.

I had been in Spain for four years, but after two years of working at a local paper and then in a small factory, I left for the US.

I worked at the “Tunnel”, an informal assembly line for those who could not afford to pay for their own transportation.

I wanted to get back to my roots, and that was the idea behind my journey.

After three months at the Tunnel, I finally decided to leave Spain for the rest of my life.

In my spare time, I did research on the “Marche”.

I started reading about labor and labor rights.

I also spent a lot of time talking to people who had worked there.

I became aware that there were people in Spain who were very concerned about their jobs and the way they were treated.

In particular, I was shocked to see that a certain group of workers, who were mostly women, had not received the respect that they deserved.

As soon as I left Spain, I found that there was a new generation of young people who were trying to get out of Spain, and the “galleries” had become a new battlefield for this new wave of workers.

I was able to organize my own union.

Since then, we have organized and won the right to vote in the elections, and I’ve also become a member of a local government in Barcelona.

I have been working for the government as a driver.

We have been able to build a local union in Barcelona and, in the process, I’ve been able work at my own factory as a cab driver.

I hope that by organizing our work, we can make it easier for workers in Spain to have a voice in their lives.

It’s been almost three years since I left, and after the passage of the “Labor Reform” law in December, I’m happy to be here.

We need to do everything we can to make sure that we can be independent.

I think the Spanish labor system needs to be changed.

We’re going to have to change our laws.

We need to make the system more democratic, so that workers are able to decide what’s best for them.

And that’s what we’re doing.

But the “real story” of the Spanish labour system is that it’s a system that allows the employers to exploit and exploit workers.

The system allows employers to make their own rules, to dictate how many hours of work people should work, and to decide how long they should work.

If I was in that situation, I wouldn’t work there.

And I wouldn, as a worker, be able to vote.

But we also have to take care of the workers.

There is a lack of democracy in Spain.

And we have to make it work.

We can’t have a system where workers have to decide for themselves what’s most important for them and what’s right for them, when they’re just going to get a paycheck.

We are the ones that have to choose.

That’s why it’s so important to organize the unions, and also to build up the local community to help make sure we’re able to fight for our rights.