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    Athènes: manif contre l’accord Tsipras/Troika à l’appel d’Antarsya

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    Brève publiée le 26 février 2015

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    ATHÈNES, 26 fév 2015 (AFP)

      Environ 500 personnes ont manifesté jeudi à Athènes contre l'accord passé entre la Grèce et ses créanciers, selon la police.

          "Quelque 500 personnes ont manifesté dans la ville et les vitrines de quelques boutiques ont été brisées", a annoncé à l'AFP un porte-parole de la police.

          Cette manifestation, organisée par un petit parti anticapitaliste, était la première à avoir pour mot d'ordre le rejet de l'accord que le gouvernement de gauche a négocié à Bruxelles.

          Après d'âpres négociations, la Grèce a arraché à ses partenaires de la zone euro une prolongation de l'aide financière internationale en échange d'un programme de réformes pour permettre au pays de faire face à ses échéances les plus urgentes.

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    http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2015/02/26/athens-first-anti-govt-protest-by-far-left-antarsya-tomorrow-communists-turn/

    The first anti-government rally in Athens turned ugly as anti-authoritarian protesters started to smash the windows of a pastry shop, two jewelry shops and an office, set four vehicles and several garbage bins on fire and damaged several bus stops.

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    via @MakisSinodinos

    via newsit.gr

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

    Earlier KTG wrote:

    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

    picture via @MakisSinodinos

    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.

    Although ANTARSYA is not successful in parliamentary elections it does manage to  win seats in municipalities since 2010. In January elections, ANTARSYA received 39,411 votes (0.64% of the overall vote).

    For tomorrow, Friday, the Greek Communist party KKE has called for a anti-government protest against austerity and the loan agreements. According to KKE, Varoufakis’ Reforms list contains “all the measures adopted by the capital,  the governments and the EU against the workers.”

    In Greek Parliament KKE holds 15 seats.

    KKE is against the €uro, the European Union, and against everything and everyone in general. It vehemently rejected any offer form SYRIZa for coalition government. It is the party of eternal opposition.

    PS I f you ask me, when Nea Dimokratia and PASOK and Potami will launch anti-government protests all I can tell you: not for the time being.