The Greek parliament approves a controversial law restricting the right to demonstrate

The Greek parliament passed a controversial citizens’ security law on Thursday, which its critics believe will further restrict the right to demonstrate, while the police in the streets of Athens tear gas to disperse those protesting the new rule that some demonstrators are branding fire cocktail agents Have brought to life.

The protest day this Thursday has occupied several streets in the capital and other Greek cities to protest the conservative government and its law, which has already been passed, allowing the authorities, among other things, to restrict some of the U.S.’s routes to mobilization and the police to redirect them if they believe that this affects business.

The project was supported by 187 MPs, compared to 101 who voted against, including those of the assemblies occupied by the coalition of the radical left (Syriza) and the Greek Communist Party (KKE).

The Greek parliament approves a controversial law restricting the right to demonstrate
The Greek parliament approves a controversial law restricting the right to demonstrate

Among the abstentions was that of former Socialist Prime Minister George Papandreou (2009-2011), of whose political coalition he is a member, Movement for Change (KINAL), which voted for it.

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