Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Greece: state TV occupied by workers and citizens

The Greek state TV (ERT), which was shut down overnight by government decree, has been occupied by citizens and workers and reaching at least to much of Athens, which holds 40% of the population of the Mediterranean nation. 

Thousands gathered around ERT
Dissident economist Yanis Varoufakis tells at his blog how he was interviewed for the first time in years (he was blacklisted) in the state television. He also mentions how thousands and thousands were gathering around the TV station in what may well be yet another glorious chapter of the Greek popular uprising against the dictatorship of Capital. 

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