Ha­nia pro­test­ers van­dal­ize rul­ing party’s lo­cal HQ

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Anti-aus­ter­ity pro­test­ers in the Cre­tan city of Ha­nia yes­ter­day took out their wrath at the re­form mea­sures be­ing voted through Par­lia­ment on the lo­cal of­fice of rul­ing PASOK. A group of peo­ple from among the pro­test­ers stormed the build­ing on Ky­do­nias Street as the march was pass­ing it, break­ing down doors, tip­ping over desks and chairs, smash­ing com­put­ers, emp­ty­ing fil­ing cab­i­nets and draw­ers of their con­tents and spray-paint­ing anti-gov­ern­ment slo­gans on the walls. The of­fice was empty at the time and no one was in­jured in the at­tack. The march then headed for Ha­nia City Hall, lo­cated fur­ther down the same street, with pro­test­ers storm­ing that as well. Ha­nia Mayor Mano­lis Sk­oulakis was ush­ered to safety.

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