"Spain: A National Housing Crisis"
Soledad Carrasquilla Delgado, 53 years old, centre, gets help from her daughter, centre right, her sister, centre left, her husband, top left, and two members of the Victims' Mortgage Platform (PAH), top right, and bottom, as she faints during a panic attack following the postponement of her and her family's eviction in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013. Carrasquilla Delgado and her husband Cecilio Escudero Hidalgo, 53 years old, live with their son Aitor, 21 years old, and their daughter Noelia, 28 years old, in an apartment of the Madrid Housing Institute (IVIMA) for seventeen years. They are all unemployed and the family's income are state benefits of 426 euros ($586) and 564 euros ($776). IVIMA offered them to buy the property but they could not afford it. The eviction was finally postponed with the help of the Victims' Mortgage Platform (PAH).