Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Italy: thousands demonstrate against fascist arson aggression in Pisa

The autonomous space Newroz (New Year in Kurdish language) of Pisa was burnt on Sunday, apparently by a fascist hand. 

In response, yesterday, several thousand people marched through the streets of the Tuscan city under the slogan "there are some things not to be burnt".

The march stopped before the Prefecture (top police command) hanging on it a banner demanding the freedom of Seda, a member of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Turkey (MLKP), which is actively persecuted in Turkey since 2007. Seda may be extradited to the authoritarian Turkish state, where he would face tortures and a trial without any guarantees.

The demonstration also visited several buildings occupied by the worker people, such as a municipal building recycled to serve as emergency housing for homeless families, a university social center, etc. They also sang songs of solidarity with Kurdistan. 

Source: No Pasarán![es].

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