European Central Bank protest in Germany

An activist throws papers at the ECB president, Mario Draghi, left, in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: AP

From Associated Press in Frankfurt, Germany:

‘End ECB dictatorship’: woman disrupts Draghi speech, throws paper at officials

Activist rushes on stage during speech by bank president Mario Draghi and shouts ‘End ECB dictatorship’

Wednesday 15 April 2015 14.50 BST

A female protester has interrupted the European Central Bank’s press conference screaming: “End ECB dictatorship”.

The woman clambered on top of a podium where the ECB president, Mario Draghi, was delivering his opening speech after the bank’s latest policy meeting, and threw papers at officials.

Some activists accuse the bank of trying to enforce budget austerity measures on eurozone countries, such as Greece, that are under financial bailout programmes.

Draghi reappeared on stage a few minutes later and carried on with his speech.

The woman is carried away by security. Photograph: Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty

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