Around 30 Greek anarchists returned to the streets of Livadia in solidarity with the Koufontinas hunger strike, gathering at the town hall and marching through the city center while dropping leaflets and cards.
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100 protesters gathered at the Statue of Venizelos in Thessaloniki from the Greek Class War organization, calling for universal healthcare, housing, and basic needs fulfilled. A banner was unfurled by the demonstrators reading, “The struggle of the people for health, work, and freedom is a struggle for life! – Class War” before dispersing shortly after.
Anarchists in Athens dropped banners in solidarity with November 17 political prisoner D. Koufontina, who went on a hunger strike starting on the 8th of January demanding that he be transferred to the Korydallos prison of Athens, after being forcibly moved from the rural prisons of Volos to the high-security Domokou facility.
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