February 6, 2013

Is Greece Still a Democracy?

Yiannis Baboulias, New Statesman

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The abuse suffered by four young anarchists, arrested for a bank robbery, at the hands of the police proves it's time to call Greece's coalition government what it is -- a far-right authoritarian group.

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