pondělí 9. srpna 2010
Edited by A.G. Schwarz, Tasos Sagris, and Void Network
Consider what it might feel like if July 4 in the United States were celebrated not with fireworks and barbecue but with demonstrations and occupations to achieve a further social revolution. That's what November 17 is in Greece since a student revolt in 1973 triggered the end of the dictatorship. In fact, because of the role of the students in achieving this, a law was passed by the socialist government in 1981 to establish academic asylum. Although the law has since been weakened, police are restricted from entering university campuses.