Group briefly occupies SYRIZA office in Patras
A group of self-styled anarchists briefly occupied the office of ruling SYRIZA in the town of Patras in western Greece on Friday.
The group hanged a banner from the office on the corner of Gounaris and Al. Ypsilantou Streets, denouncing last week’s evacuation of two squats in Athens by police.
They also distributed leaflets before they ended their symbolic sit-in.
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