Students at the University of Panteion dropped a banner demanding the removal of new fences as well as the halting of the plan to bring back police into colleges & universities. The banner reads, “We left a university full of misery, don’t make us come back to a university full of pigs – No tolerance for repression! Autonomous Initiative of Panteion”
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