Demonstration in the center of Athens against a labor bill

Today in Greece there is a massive strike against the labor bill, and mass protests are taking place in Athens, Thessaloniki and other cities of the country. Tens of thousands of Greeks gathered in the center of Athens to voice their opposition to the government’s labor bill. The protesters hold posters demanding the repeal of the bill, as well as satirical images of the authors of the project. The main demand of the strikers is to withdraw the bill. Citizens demand protection of the 8-hour workday and protection of labor rights.

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One of the many posters talks about the return of slavery in connection with the amendments made to the bill. Another depicts Labor Minister Kostis Hattsidakis and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in the form of scavenger kites with the inscription στοπ “στοπ στον Χατζηδάκη, απολύστε τον Μητσοτάκη!”

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Thursday, June 10, 2021

Rally in Athens

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Thursday, June 10, 2021

Attention: The center is closed for traffic, at least until 14:00

Protest rally in Thessaloniki

Protesters in Kavala





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