Dozens of members of the CNT-AIT (National Labor Confederation-International Workers’ Association) dropped banners in Cartagena in solidarity with Alfon, a political prisoner arrested during the Spanish general strike of 2012 who was sentenced to multiple years in jail on widely disputed charges.
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