Cualquier parecido con lo que ocurrió aquí en el 2010 y los estudiantes de la UPR, no es casualidad......
More than 400,000 filled the streets of Montreal this week as a protest
over a 75 percent increase in tuition has grown into a full-blown
political crisis. After three months of sustained protests and class
boycotts that have come to be known around the world as the "Maple
Spring," the dispute exploded when the Quebec government passed an
emergency law known as Bill 78, which suspends the current academic
term, requires demonstrators to inform police of any protest route
involving 50 or more people, and threatens student associations with
fines of up to $125,000 if they disobey. The strike has received growing
international attention as the standoff grows, striking a chord with
young people across the globe amid growing discontent over austerity
measures, bleak economies and crushing student debt.
Taken from Democracy Now (Friday May 25th), written by Amy Goodman