Athens – Market stall vendors staging a 24-hour-strike in Greece on Wednesday, set up their stalls in Athens to hand out 20 tons of free food.
The government proposals would open up the trade to more competition. However the Panhellenic Federation Salesmen argue the three-year change will not allow enough time for any investment to be recouped.
The traders were refused permission to stage their strike in Syntagma Square, following a ban on the use of Syntagma introduced by the Mayor of Athens when Golden Dawn attempted to distribute free food there recently.
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