"We will leave this building either victors or dead"
Immigrants on hunger strike, who gave a press conference calling for a dialogue with the government, are stopping the consumption of tea...
From the Forum of Cretian Immigrants, Hadji Abdul called on the media to “stop the mudslinging”, stating that “Nobody is allowed to control our struggle, neither parties nor organizations. We make our own decisions and we will leave this building as winners, or be transported to the cemetery”.
As it became known, on Wednesday February 9th, at 18:00, the Museum is organizing a concert in solidarity, with the participation of immigrants. On the list of performers, among others, will be Alkinoos Ioannidis, Vassilis Lekkas, Dimitris Poulikakos and the “Spyridoula” and “Ypogeia Revmata” bands.
Friday is also a solidarity day towards the hunger strikers in Greece and Europe, and at 18:00 on the same day, there will be a march from the Museum towards Parliament, ending with a return to the location where the 237 hunger striking immigrants are housed.
“A broad solidarity movement has developed in Greece and abroad”, said a member of the Solidarity Initiative, Peter Yiotis, who read a message of sympathy from Constantina Kuneva to the hunger striking immigrants.
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