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Thursday January 01 1970

#IrelandStandswithGreece

category dublin | economics and finance | event notice author Monday June 29, 2015 16:41author by Cat - Attac Report this post to the editors

We say no too!

This Saturday, 4th of July, we are gathering to express our Solidarity with the Greek people. The march will start at 12pm at the Central Bank.

Please join in the march!
Event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/372093629667333/

We are also tweeting with the hashtags:
#OXI
#IrelandStandsWithGreece
solidarity_with_greek_people.jpg

In recent weeks we have seen a concerted effort by the Troika to overturn the democratic decision of the Greek people in January's election to reject austerity.

This began with offering austerity ultimatums in negotiations, escalated to openly discussing replacing the elected government with its opponents, and has finally resulted in outright financial blackmail in removing ELA assistance to force Greek banks to close this week.

The Greek government has taken a democratic decision to go to the people with the proposed terms of a bailout - something the Irish government never did. This decision must be defended against attack by supporters around the world.

We join demonstrators in cities across Europe in standing with the Greek people as they say OXI / NO to the Troika - its antidemocratic practices, its austerity policies and its lack of mandate to decide our futures.

Join us from 12pm Saturday at the Central Bank!

Supported by Greek Solidarity Committee, Attac Ireland, Debt and Development Coalition, Anglo: Not Our Debt, Sinn Féin, People Before Profit, Anti-Austerity Alliance, UNITE Trade Union, Mandate Trade Union, OPATSI, Ballyhea Says No, Communities Against Water Charges, Dublin Says No, Anti-Racism Network Ireland, 1Yi, the Hellenic Community of Ireland, Community Solidarity Kildare, We're Not Leaving, National Citizens' Movement, The People's Movement

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   No vote wins by 61% in Greek referendum     anon    Mon Jul 06, 2015 22:59 
   Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns!     anon    Mon Jul 06, 2015 23:52 
   A few questions.     Rational Ecologist.    Wed Jul 08, 2015 09:37 
   'We underestimated their power'     Crazy Cat    Sat Jul 11, 2015 13:03 
   If paul murphy gets in our bank accounts will be emptied and euro creditors will refuse to deal with him...my advice move ur money to a swiss bank account and stock up on tinned food,as there will be a run on supermarkets..     Rua    Sat Jul 11, 2015 13:27 
   political cheap shots and the usual north korea cliches from rua and others     gurgler    Wed Jul 15, 2015 06:25 


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