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Spain is under scrutiny for a new draft law that proposes penalties for protesters joining unauthorized demonstrations.

The opposition says the new draft law is meant to silence protesters as the country struggles with a debt crisis and high unemployment. The government, however, has defended the law, saying it will help regulate and protect public freedoms. The new law the government is pushing for has foreseen fines from 1300 dollars up to a million dollars for disobedient demonstrators. Madrid's harsh spending cuts and rising unemployment have sparked massive anti-government protests across the country in recent years. Protesters argue that the government imposed measures have failed to curb rising poverty or help the nation get out of its worst recession in years.

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