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Spain suspends home evictions for most needy

Members of the Stop Evictions movement enter the home of Gisela Bajo (unseen) as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". The signs read, "Stop evictions". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Members of the Stop Evictions movement enter the home of Gisela Bajo (unseen) as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income....more

Members of the Stop Evictions movement enter the home of Gisela Bajo (unseen) as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". The signs read, "Stop evictions". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Protesters hold a banner reading "No to Unemployment. No to Evictions. For Social Protection" during a demonstration in front of the Caixa Bank in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West

Protesters hold a banner reading "No to Unemployment. No to Evictions. For Social Protection" during a demonstration in front of the Caixa Bank in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West

Protesters hold a banner reading "No to Unemployment. No to Evictions. For Social Protection" during a demonstration in front of the Caixa Bank in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West
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Gisela Bajo talks to neighbours and members of the Stop Evictions movement from her balcony as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". The banner reads, "They evict families". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Gisela Bajo talks to neighbours and members of the Stop Evictions movement from her balcony as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and...more

Gisela Bajo talks to neighbours and members of the Stop Evictions movement from her balcony as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". The banner reads, "They evict families". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Neighbours of Gisela Bajo (unseen) protest as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Neighbours of Gisela Bajo (unseen) protest as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties...more

Neighbours of Gisela Bajo (unseen) protest as they wait for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Gisela Bajo sits as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Gisela Bajo sits as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform...more

Gisela Bajo sits as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Gisela Bajo sits crying as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Gisela Bajo sits crying as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations...more

Gisela Bajo sits crying as she waits for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Gisela Bajo (L) is comforted by neighbours as she sits crying, waiting for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Gisela Bajo (L) is comforted by neighbours as she sits crying, waiting for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main...more

Gisela Bajo (L) is comforted by neighbours as she sits crying, waiting for the judicial commission to evict her from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Gisela Bajo (R) and her mother Maria Dolores Quintana wait for the judicial commission to evict Bajo from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Gisela Bajo (R) and her mother Maria Dolores Quintana wait for the judicial commission to evict Bajo from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties...more

Gisela Bajo (R) and her mother Maria Dolores Quintana wait for the judicial commission to evict Bajo from her home in Valencia November 15, 2012. Bajo, mother of a 13-year-old daughter, is unemployed and has no income. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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A member of the Stop Evictions movement writes a placard while waiting for the judicial commission to carry out an eviction in Valencia November 15, 2012. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis

A member of the Stop Evictions movement writes a placard while waiting for the judicial commission to carry out an eviction in Valencia November 15, 2012. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a...more

A member of the Stop Evictions movement writes a placard while waiting for the judicial commission to carry out an eviction in Valencia November 15, 2012. Spain's main political parties started negotiations about eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Protesters are removed from the Caixa Bank by Basque police during a demonstration against social services cuts and evictions in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West

Protesters are removed from the Caixa Bank by Basque police during a demonstration against social services cuts and evictions in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West

Protesters are removed from the Caixa Bank by Basque police during a demonstration against social services cuts and evictions in Barakaldo November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent West
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