Two different news from Greece, not as unrelated as they may seem: they are both serious symptoms of a failed capitalist state.
Samaras will fire 10,000 state workers
The 9,820 public servants mentioned by Eleftherotypia include teachers, cleaners, police agents (surely not the Nazis!), social assistants, airport workers, health personnel and archaeologists. Eleftheros Tipos makes the figure reach 10,092.
The pact with Satan, I mean: the Troika (EC, ECB, IMF), signed by Samaras implies 25,000 public workers to be fired only this year, 60,000 for 2015. The total of redundancies will then amount to 150,000 workers.
Naturally workers did not remain quiet: several thousands gathered before the Ministry of Finance and marched to Parliament.
They denounced that these measures imply closure of hospitals and other services because they cannot be attended with so few workers as they will remain.
Source: Webguerrillero[es] (incl. video).
Riot in Amygdaleza concentration camp
Upon knowing that the detention term for illegal immigrants has been extended to 18 months, the prisoners at Amygdaleza (Athens) rioted at lunch time.
According to police reports they attacked the guards with rocks and set fire to mattresses. The uprising was only suffocated after midnight. 10 police agents were injured but police has not reported the number of injured immigrants.