Greek workers’ general strike

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University students marching in Greece – the banner reads ‘Overthrow the government’

From daily News Line in Britain:

Tuesday, 24 September 2013


THE General Council of the ADEDY (public sector trades unions federation) has called another 48-hour national strike for today and tomorrow against the destruction of the public sector, hospitals, schools and services, and tens of thousands of mass sackings carried out by the Greek coalition government on the orders of the EC and IMF.

ADEDY said that, in collaboration with the GSEE (Greek TUC), a one-day general strike has been called for today, Tuesday 24 September.

Dozens of anti-fascist rallies and marches have been held in many Athens and Piraeus districts as well in all Greek cities.

At the Kokkinia district, where the rap artist Pavlos Fyssas was murdered by a member of the fascist Golden Dawn party in the early hours of last Wednesday, over 3,000 seafarers, industrial workers and youth…

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