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Tens of thousands mobilize in Greece against new labor law

The law was passed with 158 votes in support in the 300-seat parliament even while it garnered heavy criticism from the opposition on June 16.

Workers Protest-Greece We will not let the clock of history go back, says Greek union as protests mount against labor law

The Greek government has proposed a bill that introduces several anti-worker measures, including increasing work timings in the country from eight hours to 10 hours per day, making Sunday a working day, restricting union activities and curtailing the right to strike

Thousands of students mobilize in Greece against new education bill

The bill allows the setting up of a state security division on university campuses as well as students could also be held accountable for putting up banners and posters across campus.

Health workers, students and teachers rise up for their rights in Greece

Health workers demanded fresh investment in the sector to combat the pandemic while students and teachers opposed the deployment of security forces on university campuses

Greek students and teachers protest militarization of campuses

On Thursday, rallies were held across the country against the proposal of the New Democracy-led government to set up police contingents on campuses. The protesters also demanded reopening of classes and increased investment in the sector

Braving police restrictions, Greeks honor Alexandros Grigoropoulos

12 years ago, on December 6, 2008, Alexandros Grigoropoulos, a 15-year-old school student was shot and killed in Athens by two special guards of the Greek police

General Strike -Greece Greece gears up for a massive national strike against government’s handling of COVID-19

Workers, teachers and youth groups in Greece have called for a general strike on November 26 and have put forward a series of demands in sectors such as health care, education and other areas of employment

Greek protestors face police repression on anniversery of Polytechnic Uprising

Hundreds of protestors in Greece were met with the riot police and dozens arrested as they commemorated the 47th anniversary of the 1973 Athens Polytechnic uprising

Polytechnic Uprising -Greece Defying police deployment, Greeks commemorate 47th anniversary of Polytechnic uprising

The Athens Polytechnic uprising of 1973 was a key moment in the resistance to the right-wing junta that then ruled Greece. This year, the New Democracy government had tried to ban commemorative gatherings citing COVID-19

Golden Dawn leaders and members convicted of murder of Pavlos Fyssas

Following the verdict, there was widespread celebration even as protesters honored the memory of Fyssas and other victims of Golden Dawn’s violence

Golden Dawn Trial-Greece Greek court declares fascist Golden Dawn party a criminal organization

A Greek court convicted the leadership of Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party of running a criminal organization. Its members were also convicted for their role in the murder of Greek musician Pavlos Fyssas and other hate crimes

Greeks honor memory of Pavlos Fyssas who fell victim to fascism

The protesters vowed to continue the fight against fascism and demanded justice for Pavlos Fyssas and punishment for his killers.

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