Big workers’ strike in Greece


This video from Greece says about itself:

General strike in Greece over TV shutdown

12 June 2013

The Greek prime minister’s decision to shut down the public television station ERT has led to a one-day general strike.

Millions of Greek workers participated in a 24-hour strike and mass street protests against their government’s slavish commitment to an EU-IMF-sponsored austerity programme.

From the end of May until the middle of June, major pharmaceutical corporations held Greek public hospitals hostage over outstanding debts and price increases on medicines: here.

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