|Nikos Romanos has triumphed. After 31 days of hunger strike and thirst strike beginning today the Greek government has yielded to his demands and has agreed to allow leave to study, as Nikos claimed and to which he was legally entitled.With this agreement consisting of about 6 months distance learning from prison first, then exit permits on electronic tracking device to study later, Nikos Romanos abandoned today the hunger strike and thirst having not only jeopardized the Greek state, but having overcome with a historic hunger strike.
Few is any similar examples can be found of the solidarity movement that has risen with this hunger strike. Continue reading “Nikos Romanos ends strike. World solidarity helps Triumph”
Catalan V Day transformed into an A for Anarchy
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