The first anti-government protest in Greece turns ugly

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The first anti-government rally in Athens turned ugly as anti-authoritarian protesters started to smash the windows of a pastry shop and two jewelry shops and put two vehicles and several garbage bins on fire.

According to latest information, there was no intervention by riot police although squads were standing near by.

The first anti-government protest has been launched in Athens on Thursday afternoon. A month after the left-wing/nationalist SYRIZA-Independent Greeks coalition took office, a week after the Eurogroup agreement in Brussels.

With anti-EU banners and red party flags, members of  Anticapitalist Left Cooperation for the Overthrow (ANTARSYA) took to the streets in downtown Athens to protest the extension of continuation of loan agreements and Varoufakis’ Reform List with “austerity measures.”

ANTARSYA calls for defaulting on Greece’s debt, and nationalization without compensation of major industries, banning of lay-offs, the disarmament of the police, full political and social rights for immigrants.

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2 thoughts on “The first anti-government protest in Greece turns ugly

    • agreed, i have not been following Greece as closely as i would like with Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Libya … and now for some reason Obama is going after North Korea again. i can’t keep up but i do know Soros is nosing around Greece so i hope they stay alert for subversion.

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