By Raf Casert
BRUSSELS — German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European leaders meeting for a summit will only have to look out of the window to see the biggest problem with their steady diet of austerity and belt-tightening to fix the financial crisis: disgruntled workers organizing a nationwide strike to protest the direction in which Europe is heading.
That is, if the 27 government leaders can even get to European Union headquarters in time for Monday’s meeting.
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