Greece: Statement by the Committee of Prison Struggle -men and women’s prisons in Korydallos (wings A B C D E and section A of the underground annex).
Originally published by Athens Indymedia. Translated by Black Cat.
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Korydallos: Prison Struggle Continues!
In the context of the national mobilization in Greece’s prisons against the fascist provisions of the new penal code, the Committee of Prison Struggle mailed hundreds of signatures (1100 to be precise) of prisoners to the ministry, with the protocol number 66428, which ratifies the decision to continue our struggle despite the reform bill being ”frozen” for the time being.
We will not get affected by the damage caused by postponement, which the ministry uses in order to deceive us so that our mobilization would be ”forgotten’ and will become idle. Actually the effect will be the exact opposite, since we are already contemplating new ways to force the ministry to take a clear stance: either with us with the immediate solution and fulfillment of our demands or against us without the guise of pseudo-humanitarianism which uses in its rhetoric.
Committee of Prison Struggle -men and women’s prisons in Korydallos (wings A B C D E and section A of the underground annex)
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