Farmers continue their protest actions setting new road blocks and squatting tax offices and banks. They insist on their demands asking the Greek government to withdraw first the reforms on social security and tax system and then begin the talks.
Road at Tempi Valley and the new and old Corinth – Athens motorway remain closed, while today the farmers squatted banks and tax offices, while tension emerged and episodes broke out at SYRIZA offices in Messolonghi.
On Wednesday afternoon, tension emerged at SYRIZA offices in Messolongi when the farmers wanted to enter the building and submit a protest resolution with their demands.
The local authorities, though, did not allowed them to enter causing the reaction of the farmers who returned later driving their tractors. Some farmers managed to enter the building and took down the sign of SYRIZA which was hanging on the building balcony.
At the same time, farmers in Kavala squatted the building of the Regional Unit of Kavala, where the tax office are located, while they also blocked the building entrance with their tractors and hay bales.