Public Transport workers will launch only work stoppages to facilitate strikers to join the big protest in downtown Athens. The demonstration will start at 11 a.m.
Buses will operate 9 am 9 pm, Trolley buses 8 am – 10 pm, Tram 7 am – 11 pm, Urban Train (HSAP) 8 am – 9 pm.
Protests will start already at 7 in the morning as the “Indignant” Greeks plan to “block” the Parliament. On Wednesday, the Mid-Term Austerity Package will be discussed at the Economics Committee.
The Greek Parliament have decided on a contingency in case the austerity vote gets up: Tunnels.
The Greek Government has hired Foreign Workers to Clean out the Underground Tunnel Leading from the Parliament to the Sea Port of Piraeus in Preparation for an Evacuation of all MPs.
I just became aware of this report from Kontra channel here in Greece. Apparently, a tunnel that leads from Lykavitos to the Greek parliament, and from there to the sea port of Piraeus, is being cleaned out by foreign workers in preparation for the possible evacuation of Greek MP’s in the event of a storming of parliament ahead of wednesday’s vote on the new memorandum.
The situation here is getting completely out of control. I really don’t know how much longer the people will be willing to wait this thing out. The mood here in Athens is one of intense disillusionment with a government that seems increasingly detached from its own people.
Like I said, you can't make this up.