Demonstrators, some of them holding banners bearing the initials of the Platform of People Affected by Mortgages, a group campaigning to stop evictions, shout slogans against the government during a protest in front of the Popular Party office as the Spanish parliament considers whether to admit a popular petition to change mortgage laws and halt evictions of those unable to pay mortgages to a vote in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. The government agreed to consider changes to the law on mortgages after pressure from opposition parties and a growing public outcry, including a petition that was signed by 1.4 million people – enough signatures to force Parliament to discuss alterations to the law in a special session. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

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Demonstrators, some of them holding banners bearing the initials of the Platform of People Affected by Mortgages, a group campaigning to stop evictions, shout slogans against the government during a protest in front of the Popular Party office as the Spanish parliament considers whether to admit a popular petition to change mortgage laws and halt evictions of those unable to pay mortgages to a vote in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. The government agreed to consider changes to the law on mortgages after pressure from opposition parties and a growing public outcry, including a petition that was signed by 1.4 million people – enough signatures to force Parliament to discuss alterations to the law in a special session. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
Demonstrators, some of them holding banners bearing the initials of the Platform of People Affected by Mortgages, a group campaigning to stop evictions, shout slogans against the government during a protest in front of the Popular Party office as the Spanish parliament considers whether to admit a popular petition to change mortgage laws and halt evictions of those unable to pay mortgages to a vote in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. The government agreed to consider changes to the law on mortgages after pressure from opposition parties and a growing public outcry, including a petition that was signed by 1.4 million people – enough signatures to force Parliament to discuss alterations to the law in a special session. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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