Malaga, Spain (December 2, 2012). - The economic crisis in Spain has forced the mayor of Alameda, to raffle off jobs. Juan Lorenzo Pinera, United Left, told the BBC that the idea came after many construction workers lost their jobs. "All men working in construction lost their jobs, and now many of them no longer eligible to receive government assistance, "he says. "There are families who have been forced from their homes every day people go to city hall to order food. " Mayor created a "jobs lottery" where the fate awards to new employees of the City.
According to the BBC report, the unemployment rate reached 34% of the population, ie to 5000 600. Positions are offered the City of cleaners, sweepers or builders.