Traffic arrangements tomorrow in Athens for rallies against the bill on non-state universities voted in Parliament

will enter into force on Friday, March 8th, from 11 a.m. to evening hours, in the center of Athens. The reason is to carry out parallel concentrations against the passage of the bill on and on the occasion of the International Women’s Day. As the police announced, since 11 a.m. in downtown Athens, traffic arrangements will be in place due to rallies on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, as well as the passage of the bill on non-state universities. In particular, traffic arrangements will be applied gradually and on a case-by-case basis – where necessary and depending on the movement of the protesters – to roads around Propylaia, Omonia Square (Patesia, Aeolus etc.), Syntagma Square (Othonos, Amalia Avenues and Vasilissi Sophia) as well as to the roads of the University, Stadium and Academy. A large number of people from unions, working centres, teachers, student and student clubs are expected to participate, as well as other bodies and associations. Her participation in the rallies was stated by ADEDY, while she declared a job stop from 11 a.m. until the end of the working hours. “We call for the support of civil servants in the struggle of all student clubs and all the bodies of the academic and educational community, students, trade unions and all society to be expressed, so that private universities and the further dissolution of public free education do not pass. We support the demands of student clubs, because Education is a matter of the whole people,” stresses ADEDY and expresses its opposition to the revision of Article 16, supporting public and free education at all levels. Finally, ELAS asks the drivers to avoid moving to the centre of Athens until the completion of the protests.