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Purpose-pop of tear gas in medical station Syntagma Square Greek will be judged as war crime.

A protester walks among tear gas thrown by riot policeduring clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP 

En su comunicado, el representante del Colegio Griego de Médicos, Yianis Bascosos, y el presidente de la Federación de Médicos de Hospital, Dimitris Varnavas, en relación al lanzamiento de gases lacrimógenos en la estación médica de Síntagma afirman que “en caso de guerra, el ataque a los puestos de asistencia médica se considera crimen de guerra”.

Friday 1 july 2011

Que se realice un comunicado de prensa desde la plaza y que se exija desde cuantos organismos sea posible:

1. Que sean juzgados por crímenes de guerra TODOS los responsables (antidisturbios y ministro, al menos que éste dimita), porque anteayer sucedió lo mismo: lanzamiento criminal de gases químicos dentro del METRO… ¡El ataque al puesto médico no puede quedar así!

Que se exija de una vez por todas que se investigue la responsabilidad de manera concreta. INMEDIATAMENTE. Nuestro silencio hace que se pierda toda huella de respeto a las normas del derecho internacional.

2. Que se posicionen todos los responsables en relación a los provocadores. ¿Por qué no se pide ninguna responsabilidad? Los vídeos que son prueba de ello circulan desde 2008.

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Riot police officer throws tear gas against protestors at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: Thanassis Stavrakis / AP

Riot police officer throws tear gas against protestors at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.

A protester throws a missile at riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

 

A protester throws a missile at riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011
A riot policemen walk among smoke during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

 

A riot policemen walk among smoke during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Protesters run among tear gas thrown by riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

Protesters run among tear gas thrown by riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011
A couple passes by a burning barricae during a demo in Athens on Tuesday June 28, 2011. Greece's beleaguered government is bracing for a 48-hour general strike as lawmakers debate a new round of austerity reforms designed to win the country additional rescue loans needed avoid bankruptcy. Photo: Dimitri Messinis / AP

 

A couple passes by a burning barricae during a demo in Athens on Tuesday June 28, 2011. Greece’s beleaguered government is bracing for a 48-hour general strike as lawmakers debate a new round of austerity reforms designed to win the country additional rescue loans needed avoid bankruptcy. Photo: Dimitri Messinis / AP

 

Read more: http://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Greece-passes-steep-cuts-as-riots-seize-capital-1445219.php#ixzz1QsT5qCNk

A protestor throws a stone at police behind a barricade at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: AP / AP

A protestor throws a stone at police behind a barricade at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: AP / AP
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Amnistía Internacional criticó este jueves el uso desproporcionado de la fuerza por parte de la policía de la República Helénica en las manifestaciones de este martes y miércoles  que reunieron a centenares de griegos en el centro de Atenas para protestar contra las medidas económicas del gobierno, según un comunicado de la organización.

“La policía en forma desproporcionada e indiscriminada roció de gas lacrimógeno y otros agentes químicos contra los manifestantes, cuya mayoría se comportó de forma pacífica. Representantes de Amnistía Internacional, presentes en la plaza Sintagma, fueron testigos de casos de agresión contra los manifestantes pacíficos por parte de la policía”, señala el documento.

Al indicar que el deber de la policía es contener los disturbios y arrestar a los culpables, el organismo internacional precisó que la fuerza debe ser aplicada por policía únicamente y en forma proporcional contra los manifestantes que violen el orden

Amnistía Internacional exigió a la policía griega que no exceda los límites permisibles de la fuerza y recordó que no se puede restringir el derecho legítimo de la gran mayoría de los manifestantes pacíficos de reunirse y de protestar en la plaza Sintagma.

El martes y el miércoles de esta semana, en el corazón de la capital griega, en la plaza Sintagma, se registraron fuertes disturbios tras una multitudinaria manifestación de la población contra las nuevas medidas de austeridad que exigen a Grecia la Unión Europea y el Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) a cambio de su ayuda financiera.

Decenas de personas fueron hospitalizadas o detenidas tras los disturbios en los que la policía utilizó masivamente gas lacrimógeno que corroe la mucosa de los ojos y dificulta la respiración.

El Parlamento de Grecia aprobó la víspera un plan de recortes por valor de 28.000 millones de euros hasta el año 2015 que, además de reducir sueldos, pensiones, subsidios y otros gastos sociales, prevé una subida de impuestos. Paralelamente fue anunciado un programa de privatizaciones por importe de 50.000 millones de euros hasta 2015.

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Protesters take cover from tear gas at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: Petros Karadjias / AP

 

Protesters take cover from tear gas at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011.

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Riot police arrest a protestor at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: AP / AP

 

Riot police arrest a protestor at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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Riot police confront with protesters at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: AP / AP

Riot police confront with protesters at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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Riot policemen arrest a protester during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

Riot policemen arrest a protester during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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    A protester throws a garbage bag to riot police in front of the Greek Parliament during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011.Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

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    A fire bomb explodes next to riot police at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: Petros Karadjias / AP

    A fire bomb explodes next to riot police at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens, Wednesday, June 29, 2011.

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    A protester throws stones at riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining is Greece can avoid a potentially disastrous financial default in the coming weeks . Photo: Petros Giannakouris / AP

     

    A protester throws stones at riot police during clashes in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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    Protestors throw stones against police as teargas engulfs the area at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote later Wednesday on a deeply unpopular finance austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens. Photo: Thanassis Stavrakis / AP

    Protestors throw stones against police as teargas engulfs the area at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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    A protester throws a stone at police at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011. Greek deputies are to vote Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens, with the result of the vote determining whether the country can avoid a potentially disastrous default in the coming weeks. Photo: Thanassis Stavrakis / AP
    A protester throws a stone at police at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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    Police uses tear gas at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011, as Greek deputies prepare to vote later Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens. Sign by demonstrators is aimed at Greek Deputy Prime Minisater Theodoros Pangalos and reads "Fascist Pangalos, you threaten us by using violence, aside from losing our jobs and staying unemployed". Photo: Dimitri Messinis / AP

    La policía utiliza gas lacrimógeno en la plaza Syntagma frente al Parlamento griego en el centro de Atenas el Miércoles, Junio ​​29, 2011, cuando los diputados griegos se preparaban para votar el proyecto de “ley de austeridad” tremendamente impopular que provocó días de disturbios en las calles de Atenas. El cartelón de los manifestantes en el Parlamento griego se dirige al diputado Theodoros Pangalos y dice: “Pangalos fascista, nos amenazas con usar la violencia, además de hacerns perder nuestros puestos de trabajo y permanecer desempleados”.
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Police uses tear gas at Syntagma square in front of the Greek Parliament in central Athens on Wednesday, June 29, 2011, as Greek deputies prepare to vote later Wednesday on a deeply unpopular austerity bill that has provoked days of rioting in the streets of Athens. Sign by demonstrators is aimed at Greek Deputy Prime Minisater Theodoros Pangalos and reads “Fascist Pangalos, you threaten us by using violence, aside from losing our jobs and staying unemployed”.

Read more: http://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Greece-passes-steep-cuts-as-riots-seize-capital-1445219.php#ixzz1QsbRt9UO

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