‘S THE EFFORTS OF THE EXARCHIA residents that the area regain LIFE ….

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(Title) Demonstration Exarchia Square, pragnatopoiisan residents, businessmen and shopkeepers of the area in protest against the drug trade, crime and neglect by the municipality.
A few weeks residents and workers in Exarchia took the initiative to epanoikeiopoiithoun in the square, removing users and drug dealers and clearing the square, which in recent days has again become life.
On the occasion of the initiative, the broadcast SKAI 100.3 snapshots with Bill Koufopoulos, was Exarchia Square.
People living and working in the area spoke of their actions, but also the importance of Exarchia, which remains a lively .

Epameinondas Skyftoulis from Nosotros Initiative stressed that the solution will enable the society and not just the police or the City and urged residents to participate in self-initiative of the square.
The director Claus Mazomenos noted that removal of users and drug traffickers Square was peaceful, without violence, placed in baskets and soccer for children to play and now the residents are responsible for guarding the square, which is changed appearance.
actions of self-organization and participation of citizens occurred in Epigraphic Museum, which is located at Tositsa.
noted that some governments wanted to retain Exarchia an image of lawlessness and delinquency, but people can change the image of the area.
However, all speakers stressed that the drug problem is not solved, only users and traffickers moved to another area.

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