Πέμπτη, 6 Οκτωβρίου 2011

Είμαστε όλοι Έλληνες .... από την Πορτογαλία ...We all Greek....from Portugal...





portuguese went to the Greek embassy to protest against the violence agaisnt Greek people. An estimated 500 civilians were injured in the violence, with many suffering serious respiratory problems after police, firing
volleys of teargas, released dangerously high levels of toxic chemicals into the air. The widespread use of the gas was crticised by Amnesty International. Doctors who set up an emergency hospital said they were attacked by police as they tried to administer aid. In another incident, police were also seen appearing to throw broken bits of masonry at protesters when tear gas supplies dried up. A public prosecutor has ordered an investigation into alleged police brutality against Greeks protesting against austerity measures amid an outcry over the excessive use of force and teargas to control crowds in Athens this week. As municipal employees worked furiously to clean up the capital in the wake of street battles that left its central square resembling a war zone, the socialist government faced growing criticism of the controversial methods employed by riot police to disperse demonstrators.

"What took place in the centre of Athens these past few days is a complete violation of democratic law."

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