Lisbon graffiti

A woman walks past a wall with a graffiti of Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho in Lisbon April 9, 2013. Portuguese will suffer from cuts to schools and hospitals to protect civil service benefits after the constitutional court rejected austerity measures that would have reduced holiday bonuses and other public sector perks. The government has had to scramble to find new areas to cut after the court concluded that it was unfair to single out civil servants for reductions in benefits under measures imposed to meet the terms of an international bailout programme. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)

( JOSE MANUEL RIBEIRO / REUTERS / April 8, 2013 )

A woman walks past a wall with a graffiti of Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho in Lisbon April 9, 2013. Portuguese will suffer from cuts to schools and hospitals to protect civil service benefits after the constitutional court rejected austerity measures that would have reduced holiday bonuses and other public sector perks. The government has had to scramble to find new areas to cut after the court concluded that it was unfair to single out civil servants for reductions in benefits under measures imposed to meet the terms of an international bailout programme. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)

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