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Anarchists break into the Privatization Agency

14 September 2015 / 13:09:30  GRReporter
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A group of anarchists broke into the Privatization Agency in central Athens at about 8:00 am this morning. During the raid, they broke almost all the technical equipment of the institution, including computers, printers, cameras and other items.

Later in the manifesto that they published on a website connected to the anarchist circles, the attackers identified the attack as "a total destruction of the floor." The text states that they have also destroyed documents of the privatization fund.

Along with the manifesto, the anarchists have disseminated a video of the attack too.

The anarchists define themselves as members of the group Rubicon that became known to the Greek public in March this year, having occupied the headquarters of SYRIZA on Koumoundourou Square.

On 3 April, with the permission of Zoe Konstantopoulou, they held in the courtyard of the parliament a protest in support of imprisoned anarchists.

In June, the members of the same group held a procession outside the government residence Maximou, demanding Greece to leave the European Union and the write-off of its debt.

According to an eyewitness who was at the entrance of the Privatization Agency the anarchist group entered the building undisturbed because they raised no doubts about the purpose of their visit. "They passed by me, running. They had hats but held nothing in their hands. They did not raise any doubts," he told the Greek news website iefimerida.gr.

Tags: Crime newsAttackAnarchistsPrivatization FundRubicon group
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