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[Slovenia] Repression against autonomous Factory ROG in Ljubljana

What is Autonomous Factory Rog

Rog factory is an industrial complex on the east edge of Ljubljana centre, which produced the famous Rog bicycles and was shut down in 1991. Since then it has laid abandoned, empty, and in deterioration for 15 years. In 2006 the area was occupied by engaged students, artists and activists as a critical response to the post-socialist transition process (privatisation and de-industrialisation), and erosion of public and social spaces (individualisation and atomisation of society). The occupation pulled legitimacy from the need for places for non-formal artistic, cultural and political activity (autonomy, alternative culture, horizontal political organising).

Users secured and cleaned the spaces and established ateliers, workshops, galleries, a skate-park, concert hall, recreational facilities and social centres among others. Despite the municipal efforts to block or disable the grassroots activities (refusal to sign the legal contract for at least temporary use, and not allowing the community to tap into public electricity network), the users used their self-initiative, collaboration and resourcefulness and in 11 years created one of the main junctions of urban culture, critical thought and political activism on the level of the city, the state and beyond.

Where are we today?

Today, there are around 15 organized collectives and around 200 individuals active in the factory in 30 spaces that are relatively self-sufficient and autonomous. The community is bound together through assembly which is the main political body following the principle of direct democratic decision making and consulting.

Rog has two social centres:

Social center Rog– primarily meant for socialising and political organising of socially disempowered and marginalised social groups and individuals whose workers, civic and/or human rights are violated, working on problematics of social inequality and exclusion, economic exploitation, racial discrimination and other forms of discrimination tied to sexual orientation, personal circumstances, cultural specifics, with a more queer-anarchist turn in the recent years. It has been a breeding ground for most of radical left organizing in the last 13 years.

Ambasada Rog is a community center run by refugees and activists, squatters, artists, students and workers from all over the world, united in fighting beaurocratic barbed wire fences and helping each other to survive in an increasingly unfriendly Europe. It is the only space in Ljubljana, that offers community lunch every day.

Current state of affairs and threats of eviction

In the summer of 2016 the municipality tried to evict the factory with the use of security guards. In preparation for such an event and in reaction to it, a mass of people gathered and threw out the security guards from the premises of the factory. The whole event and its aftermath was covered by extensive national media coverage, especially the two month barricade ridden occupation of the factory as well as cultural and political festivities.

After the attempted eviction on the 6th of June 2016, eight individuals from the community of Autonomous Factory Rog (as the Assembly of Rog users couldn’t be recognized as a subject of law) filed a lawsuit against the municipality of Ljubljana for its’ violation of the propriety rights. The lawsuit argued that these individuals have the right of possession of the property on the basis of their 10 years and ongoing period of presence and activities in in contrast with the municipalities ownership of the property.

The court of first instance issued a temporary court order, granting Autonomous Factory Rog users temporary possession of their property and premises until the whole matter would finally be settled out in court. One of the reasons for the successful issuing of the temporary court order being was also excessive physical violence used by municipality’s private security forces during attempted eviction in June 2016.

Enormous lawsuit trying to push us out! Municipality subsequently answered with indemnity civil lawsuit against those eight individuals who filed a temporary court order (and propriety violation lawsuit) by suing every one of them individually with lawsuit’s estimated value of 200.000€ each, trying to force us out by enormous legal fees we are forced to pay to the municipality’s lawsuit, estimated at 4000€ – 5000€ each, totaling between 40.000€ to 50.000€ in the year to follow.

BUT!

The factory continues to be a terrain of daily experimenting with alternative ways of organizing, it continues to provide space for those who are excluded from elsewhere and it continues to be a living organism of political organizing, exhibitions, movie screenings, community cooking, self-organized social work, sport practices, skate sessions, bike-repair workshops, non-commercial parties… Despite that, the future of Rog remains uncertain and depends on practices of solidarity! The decision about the future of Autonomous factory Rog has since June 2016 moved from the streets to courtrooms, where 8 individuals are being persecuted by the municipality with the aim to obtain legal grounds for the eviction of the community of Rog. The court procedures, a part from being unpleasant, represent a big financial burden for the individuals, the mounting legal expenses require constant organizing of community benefit events and a regular call for donations.

We cannot defend Rog as individuals, the defense requires a community response, because the story of Rog is also a case for a different, autonomous, non-gentrified city. Therefore we invite you to make a donation for Rog’s legal expenses to the following account:

  • SI56 0201 0026 1553 967
    Reference (
    MANDATORY to add): SI 00 9786301233

All the donated money will be allocated to the covering of legal expenses of the persecuted individuals. However, we will soon meet again at the barricades, where we will be defending autonomy and community against repressive city authorities.

Spread the call around your networks, reach out, contribute!

Solidarity is a practice!

[Athen] Drei weitere brutale Räumungen zu Weihnachten

Gefunden auf https://de.indymedia.org/node/54289:

18.12.2019: Nach der gestrigen Räumung der Villa Kouvelos in Marousi erfolgten heute morgen 3 weitere Räumungen in Koukaki, einem Stadtteil östlich der Akropolis. Die Bewohner hatten sich verbarrikadiert und die Cops mussten sich gewaltsam Zugang über die Nachbargebäude verschaffen. Dabei überrumpelten sie Nachbarn und mißhandelten jene, die nicht kooperieren wollten. Ein Anwohner wurde mit dem Kopf auf den Steinboden geworfen, andere Bewohner mussten halbnackt und gefesselt im Hinterhof vor vermummten Spezialeinheiten knien, es gab 10 Festnahmen.

Zeitgleich wurde auf dem zentralen Platz von Exarchia von der rechten Regierung ein Weihnachtsbaum aufgestellt und feierlich geschmückt. All das scheint von langer Hand geplant, denn schon gestern berichteten die informierten Mainstreammedien über bevorstehende “festliche Räumungen”. An Zynismus ist das kaum zu überbieten und jeder der die griechichen Verhältnisse kennt, weiß mit welcher Freude die Planer der “Neuen Demokratie” ihre Aktionen vorbereiten.

Die Bilder die heute entstanden, erinnern an Militärdiktaturen, werden aber in den sozialen Medien von griechischen Nazis zusammen mit Konservativen und anderen Bürgern der Mitte gleichsam als legitime Durchsetzung von “Recht und Ordnung” gefeiert. Ihre “Argumente” berufen sich meist auf den Schutz von Privateigentum, ignorierend dass es sich bei den Räumungen um staatliche Gebäude handelt, die zudem seit Jahren leer standen und ungenutzt waren. Aber egal, denn selbst wenn dem nicht so wäre, würden sie private Spekulations- und Profitinteressen dem Recht auf ein Dach über dem Kopf vorziehen. Man könnte endlose Texte schreiben und versuchen, diesen Leuten den Sinn und Zweck von Besetzungen zu erklären, aber es ist wie überall auf der Welt: Nazis und Rassisten sind Argumentationsresistent und sie interessieren sich nicht für das bessere Leben und die Utopie. Ihre Ziele sind andere als die unseren und wir befinden uns längst mit ihnen im Krieg.

Merry Crisis! Solidarity will win! (brennender Weihnachtsbaum in Athen)

[Athen] Refugee squats in centre of Athens under attack

The following post is originally published on Infomobile: information with, for and about refugees in Greece, published here: http://infomobile.w2eu.net/2019/09/25/refugee-squats-in-centre-of-athens-under-attack-by-new-government-while-thousands-housed-in-state-run-camps-are-dumped-in-tents-and-containers-under-inhuman-conditions/

In a wave of sweep-operations against refugees and migrants the new right-wing government of Nea Dimokratia (of July 7th) within the last month has evicted five refugee squats and announced more will follow. Meanwhile, nothing is done to improve reception conditions in the official camps – in contrary things get worse. The state literally denies dignified housing and integration to thousands of refugees and their kids. New camps built; old camps re-opened or expanded; more tents set up… this is how the state deals with protection seekers. Not to mention, the undocumented who are threatened by arrest, detention and deportation. 

“They are trying to bury us but they forget that we are seeds, that we are more than just a number, more than an occupied building, we are a community.”

5th schoolOn 23 September, 143 refugees and migrants were evicted from 5th school in Exarchia. During the sweep operation Photoreporter Alexandros Stamatiou got arrested for “breach of domestic peace” during his professional news coverage, as the Greek Union of Photoreporters denounced, “a fact that does not remind anymore of a democracy”. The raid in the building housing many families with kids was based on a complaint filed in 2016 by neo-Nazi and former parliamentarian I. Kassidiaris from Golden Dawn, as EFSYN newspaper uncovered.

“It was this that triggered the prosecutor’s intervention and the recent sweep operation during which nothing was found. As it turns out, the “law and order” doctrine even takes advantage of the neo-Nazis’ racist actions.”

EFSYN

The Greek Federation of Secondary Education State School Teachers (B-ELME) denounced the violent sweep and the arrest of the photoreporter. As they state, many of the 56 kids residing in the 5th school squat had been visiting public schools in the neighbourhood of Exarchia and have now been once again uprooted and out of the educational system since their transfer to distant refugee camps. According to the Federation, the 5th school was closed and left empty for some years by earlier governments, until being turned into a refugee housing space, after the fusion with another school – a procedure which in the year 2013 led to the closure of three schools alone in this area.

“The State must provide decent living conditions within the urban centres for refugees and migrants, the vast majority of whom are victims of imperialist wars, with equal access to health and education. Children – without any exception – have the right to education in public schools. We are opposed to the long-term entrapment of thousands of people who were forced to get uprooted from their countries, through the flagrant EU Turkey “Deal”. We are opposed to the totally unacceptable living conditions in the hot spots on the islands and in the camps in mainland Greece. The “law and order” that the new government is trying to impose on human souls, trampling on labor and trade union rights, is targeting universal human values ​​and achievements.”

Greek Federation of Secondary Education State School Teachers (B-ELME)

Also the parents association of 35th and 36th primary schools publicly demanded their kid’s school mates back.

“In recent days, buildings in downtown Athens have been evacuated where refugees had found shelter, waiting for what law, what government, what bureaucracy will proceed their asylum procedures. Their children were enrolled in the schools of downtown Athens, trying to integrate, learn the language, make their lives a normal one even under these conditions. But while it is the state that should ensure that all children are enrolled and attending school, while having ratified the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, it is the state that most violently deprives them of their rights, it pushes them to the margins, it does not respect their fundamental rights, it does not respect their existence. Because the school year has begun and children are removed from their schools without any notice, without even registering them and transferring them to other schools.

We want our children’s classmates back. Because it is the obligation of all of us to finally ensure a safe environment for them. Thanks to them many of the city center’s schools were actually not closed. Because political games cannot be played on the backs of children and oppressed people!”

Parents Association of 35th and 36th primary schools

On 19 September already 269 people (46 families) had been evicted from the two refugee squats Jasmin School (also known as 2ndschool) and Acharnon22. These raids followed earlier evictions of Spirou Trikoupi 15 and 17 on 26 August where in total another 143 people had been residing. Following the raids, the former “homes” got sealed up with barbed wire; windows and doors locked with bricks and cement and people taken away from their neighbourhoods.

Mostly families with kids but also many homeless single men fleeing from war and conflict areas to Europe to find safety, have been attacked during these raids and were taken away their homes and communities. Protection seekers already traumatised found themselves in early morning hours waking up by the shouting and threats of armed special forces, the massive police presence invading their temporary “homes” supposingly in order to “combat drug trade and lawlessness” – as government and mainstream media propaganda frame it. Refugees and migrants were transferred first to Petrou Ralli Aliens Police Directorate for hours of control. The ones with papers from Trikoupi Squats were temporarily transferred to an empty building, to Schisto camp and then spread to different camps. In Schisto they stayed outside in small tents for days. In Eleonas eight persons shared one room in a container “piled up like animals in a farm”.  Many rejected a transfer to distant camps such as Katsikas in the Northern Greece or Koutsochero near Larissa (also to Eleonas, Skaramangas, Thiva and Lavrio) and are homeless again today. The ones from Jasmin school and Acharnon22 were brought to the newly established state-run tent camp in Corinth from where they will be reportedly divided likewise the others to other camps all over mainland Greece.

People transferred to Corinth reported of miserable conditions as they were placed on a dusty field with 16 rub halls (big tents). Some already returned back to Athens, as they couldn’t follow their daily lives from such distance, with their kids being subscribed in downtown schools, medical cases being followed by doctors in the capital, people having found jobs there and legal cases being proceeded in Athens asylum service and the diverse embassies located in the city. Also residents of 5thschool residents were brought to Corinth. The undocumented from all squats were arrested and brought to the pre-removal detention centre Amygdaleza. (10 from Trikoupi Squats, 14 from Yasmin and Acharnon 22 while two families and 19 persons from 5th school remained in Petrou Ralli for their papers – information by 24. September) Reportedly, some of the detainees in Amygdaleza started a hunger strike.

„Most of us had to move to places around Thessaloniki, over 400 km from here. We don’t want to do that. They are playing with us. They have evicted us from our house and they have destroyed it, but they will not also take away the life we have managed to create here in Athens. Our children are going to the school in Exarcheia and we refuse to make them leave it and have to adapt to a new place once again. We want to stay here. We answered them that we will not go anywhere against our will. We keep strong.“

Trikoupi 17

“We are scared about our lives and our freedom and some of us have chosen to stay on the streets to avoid being chased and arrested one more time. They have tried to divide and separate us, but we continue to struggle together. They destroyed our home, but the family that we have created in Trikoupi’s community remains united. Against their repression, solidarity is our weapon!“

Trikoupi 17

The governments attacks against refugee squats have to be understood in the broader frame of a (re-)introduced anti-migratory policy, increasing police repression, institutionalised racism and right wing populism which is used against any from of solidarity.

With more than 29.000 refugees and migrants trapped in the Aegean Islands, of which 12.000 alone try to survive currently in the hell of hotspot Moria / Lesvos and a 5-year-old boy just lost his life there while playing in a carton box (24. September)…

With 5.000 who could actually officially leave the islands but have nowhere to go…

With more than 88.000 refugees and migrants currently stuck in Greece most of which are dumped in overcrowded camps far from local society and under squalid conditions…

The focus of the state is to impose “law and order” in a hypocritical fight against “crime and lawlessness” while actually sacrificing what has been hardly achieved: peoples’ freedom, dignity and respect.

We denounce the attacks on refugee squats in Exarchia and elsewhere! No Pasaran! Solidarity will win!

Employ teachers, not police officers! 

Close the camps! Open homes!

For freedom of movement of all and the right to stay! 

NO ONE IS ILLEGAL!

W2eu / infomobile greece

 

[Athen] Repressionswelle und Räumungen von Refugee-Squats in Exarcheia

Artikel zuerst veröffentlicht auf enough is enough 14 am 27. August 2017:

Greek territory: #Exarcheia under police occupation!

Athens, August 26. Alert! What we have been announcing to you for a month and a half has just begun this morning (yesterday morning, Enough 14), just before dawn. Athens’ famous rebel and supportive neighbourhood is completely surrounded by huge police forces: many riot police buses (MAT), anti-terrorist untis (OPKE), police on motorbikes (DIAS), members of the secret police (asfalitès), as well as a helicopter and several drones.

Originally published by BlogYY. Written by Yannis Youlountas. Translated by Squat Net.

A unique place in Europe for its high concentration of squats and other self-managed spaces, but also for its resistance against repression and its solidarity with precarious and migrants, Exarcheia has been in the sight of the right-wing government since its election on 7 July. The new Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis had made it a personal affair, especially since he had been mocked in early August for failing to achieve his goal of “cleaning Exarcheia in a month” as he had announced with great fanfare.

This morning, 4 squats were evicted: Spirou Trikoupi 17, Transito, Rosa de Foc and Gare. The offensive currently concerns the north-western part of the district, with the notable exception of the Notara 26 squat, which is considered better guarded and very symbolically important for the district as the first historical squat of the “refugee crisis” in downtown Athens.

There are currently about 100 arrests, including than brutal attacks on people trying to film. Only the mass media in the service of power are allowed to cover the event.

In total, there are 23 squats in Exarcheia plus 26 others around the district, for a total of 49 concentrated in a relatively small area. 49 squats to which other types of self-managed sites must be added, including some rented (Espace Social Libre Nosotros, free shop Skoros, etc.) as well as dozens of private homes groups of activists, often near the terraces to allow access above the streets.

On the squats that are precisely inside Exarcheia, 12 are accommodation squats for refugees and migrants and the 11 others are squats of anarchist and anti-authoritarian collectives (although most refugee squats are also obviously very political, starting with Notara 26 and Spirou Trikoupi 17 with direct assemblies and many links with the rest of the movement).

In the squats of Spirou Trikoupi 17 and Transito (on which servants of power are now bricking up windows), more than fifteen children have been torn from a peaceful and happy existence in order to suddenly being sent to camps. These sinister camps are unhealthy and overcrowded, migrants are malnourished and suffer from temperature variations, humiliation, and sometimes torture, and Mitsotakis also demands that they all be well closed and, in the future, completely cut off from the rest of the territory.

The face of Europe is constantly hardening, the same process is happening in other continents. This evolution increasing authoritarian capitalism leads us to question what the coming times will bring: the offensive against the pockets of utopias coupled with the confinement of the scapegoats reminds us of the dark hours of History.

The whole world is becoming fascist and Greece is once again one of them, one of the laboratories.

But nothing is over. September is coming soon. Seasonal jobs are about to end. The social movement gathers and organizes itself again. Places like Notara 26 and K*Vox are under high surveillance. Answers are being prepared, as well as several major events mobilizers. Autumn will be hot in Athens.

Resistance!

Yannis Youlountas, August 26, 2019

Today, Tuesday August 27, there wull be several protests and solidarity actions:

[Paris] Communiqué de Gilet Noirs

Aufstehn, ihr Toten!
»Gilets Noirs« in Frankreich - Bewegung der sans papiersHeute besetzen wir das Panthéon, wir, die EinwandererInnen ohne Papiere, BewohnerInnen der (Not-) Unterkünfte, MieterInnen der Straße.
Wir haben keine Papiere, keine Stimme, kein Gesicht für die französiche Republik. Wir kommen zusammen auf dem Grab eurer großen Männer um eure Schändungen anzuprangern, die der Erinnerung unserer Kameraden, unserer Väter und Mütter, unserer Brüder und Schwestern im Mittelmeer, in der Straßen von Paris, in den Lagern und Gefängnissen. Frankreich fährt fort mit der Skaverei auf andere Art. Unsere Väter sind für Frankreich gestorben. Und die Toten bleiben tot und sollen in Frieden ruhen.
Vorgestern haben wir die Grenze angegriffen, indem wir den Air France Terminal im Flughafen Cherles de Gaulle bestzten. Es ist dort, wo die französische Polizei uns in die Flugzeuge nach Algier, Dakr, Khartum, Bamako oder Kabul verfrachtet hat. Von dort ist Djiby deportiert worden!
Gestern haben wir  den Turm von Ellor in La Défence und die Hauptdirektion des Arbeitsamtes besetzt. Wir waren dort um den Chefs, die uns erniedrigen und das Rückgrat brechen, zu sagen: Die Angst hat das Lager gewechselt!
Heute fahren wir fort, die Schläge zurückzugeben an den Staat und seinen Rassismus, in Frankreich und in Europa.
Wir sind gekommen um unsere Würde zu verteidigen. Wir flehen niemanden mehr an und wir werden unsere Rechte mit der Kraft des Kampfes herausreißen!
Wir sind gekommen um euch zu sagen, dass das Motto Frankreichs für die Fremden Erniedrigung, Ausbeutung, Deportation ist. Frankreich für dort Krieg, beutet unsere Ressourcen aus und entscheidet für und mit unseren korrupten Staaten. Frankreich für hier Krieg gegen uns.
WIR BESETZEN,

  • weil es 200 000 freie Wohnungen in Paris gibt, und dabei die Unseren unter den Auffahrten des Périphérique schlafen und das Rathaus gestern die Straßen des Camps Avenue Wilson in Saint Denis eingezäunt hat.
  • Weil im Lager von Thiais, wie in allen anderen, die Polizei heute morgen die Bewohner bis in ihre Wohnungen verfolgt hat.
  • Weil wir die Befreiung unserer Schwarzwesten-Kameraden verlangen, die in Verwahrzentren und anderswo gefangen sind.

Für die Abschaffung der Gefängnisse für Fremde!
Wir kämpfen nicht nur für Papiere, sonder gegen das System, das die Papierlosen erschafft.
Wir werden keinen Bullen oder Schalterbeamten mehr bezahlen um einen Termin zu bekommen.
Wir wollen nicht mehr mit dem Innenminister und seinen Präfenkturen verhandeln müssen
WIR WOLLEN JETZT MIT DEM MINISTERPÄSITENTEN EDOUARD PHILIIPE SPRECHEN!
Wir bleiben hier, bis der letzte von uns seien Papiere bekommt und damit diejenigen, die kommen werden, das Recht zu bleiben bekommen.
An alle, die revoltieren, hier, im Sudan oder in Algerien,
An unsere Kameraden, an alle, die gegen die Ausbeuter kämpfen,
An alle, die glauben, dass kein Mensch illegal ist,
An alle, die es leid sind, alle 5 Jahre der extremen Rechten den Riegel vorzuschieben und die überzeugt sind, dass der Kampf gegen den kommenden Rassismuns der Kampf gegen den existierenden Ressisum bedeutet.
Papiere und Wohnungen für alle! Bewegungs- und Niederlassungfreiheit! Es lebe der Kampf der Schwarzwesten! Schwarzwesten in den Kampf!

Original: http://www.labournet.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/gn_comm.pdf

[Paris] 700 Gilets Noirs have occupied the Panthéon in Paris – Support needed!

Friday, July 12th, 700 Gilets Noirs have occupied the Panthéon in Paris
reclaiming their rights and were victim of big repression.

Despite several hospital cases, 36 of them were arrested, 19 still being in prison waiting for their deportation. To support them legally they need
to collect 6000 EUR until this night etc. etc., so feel free to support this campaign as much as you can: https://www.lepotcommun.fr/pot/v346wpgn

 


Les Gilets Noirs cherchent le Premier Ministre !

/Né en Novembre 2018, le mouvement des Gilets Noirs lutte contre
le racisme et pour des papiers pour toutes et tous. Il regroupe
aujourd’hui 50 foyers d’Ile-de-France et des locataires de la rue,
en lutte pour leur dignité./

Vendredi 12 juillet, 700 Gilets Noirs ont occupé le Panthéon pour
revendiquer leurs droits, le droit à la dignité, le droit à avoir des
papiers pour ne plus être chassé.e.s quotidiennement par les flics.

Cette action s’inscrit dans la campagne victorieuse des Gilets Noirs
“Gilets noirs cherchent premier ministre” lancée le 19 mai 2019 par
l’occupation du terminal 2F de l’Aéroport de Roissy-Charles de Gaulle et
l’occupation de la tour Elior à la Défense le 12 juin 2019. Ces deux
premiers coups portés au système raciste d’exploitation des sans-papiers
ont montré que les gilets noirs n’avaient plus peur.

Parce qu’ils et elles revendiquaient ce vendredi, comme ils et elles le
font depuis plusieurs mois la fin de l’humiliation, de la répression, du
racisme, et après plusieurs heures d’occupation du Panthéon et de
négociations en cours avec Matignon, les gilets noirs ont été
brutalement réprimés alors que le commissaire Marsan s’était engagé à
une sortie négociée sans violence et sans contrôle d’identité.

Nassé.e.s à l’arrière du Panthéon, rue Clotilde, et alors que de
nombreux soutiens nous avaient rejoints, dont les député.e.s Danièle
Obono et Eric Coquerel et la sénatrice Esther Benbassa, l’ordre a été
donné de frapper aveuglément et de cibler et rafler un maximum de
camarades sans-papiers. Après quatre charges policières ultra-violentes
dont la dernière a mis à terre plus de quarante personnes blessées, dont
certaines inconscientes dans un état grave, la nasse a pu être libérée.

Les camarades se sont passé.e.s le relais toute la nuit dans les
hôpitaux pour accompagner les blessé.e.s et s’assurer de leur prise en
charge. Nous avons recueilli plus d’une vingtaine de certificats pour
porter plainte au pénal.

36 personnes ont été arrêtées. Alors que 17 ont été libérés hier suite à
un rassemblement devant le commissariat du 5ème arrondissement, 19
autres ont été arbitrairement enfermées au centre de rétention de
Vincennes, prison pour étranger.e.s afin de les déporter.

Nous nous organisons nuit et jour pour la riposte.

Les avocat.e.s ont les dossiers et beaucoup de moyens de nullité ont été
soulevés.

Nous avons besoin d’argent pour payer les avocat.e.s et organiser leur
défense. Pour venger les camarades blessés sous les coups de la police
raciste, fichés par l’hôpital, et enfermés au centre de rétention de
Vincennes.

*Les Gilets Noirs disent : “On lâche rien jusqu’à la fin du monde.” Nous
les libérerons. *

*Vous pouvez participer à la lutte des Gilets Noirs et à leur libération
en faisant un don ici :*

/*Pétition:*/
_https://www.change.org/p/edouard-philippe-gilets-noirs-cherchent-1er-ministre_

*/Tribune de soutien/*
:_ __https://www.liberation.fr/debats/2019/06/27/gilets-noirs-cherchent-premier-ministre_1736092_

A quoi servira l’argent collecté ?

/*Frais d’avocats et autodéfense juridique* :*/
Contestation des Obligations de Quitter le Territoire Français, des
placements en rétention (JLD et recours devant le Tribunal
Administratif), des arrêtés de transfert Dublin, défense en gardes à vue
dans le cadre des actions : 20 000 euros

Plainte contre la police pour les victimes obtiennent justice: 10 000

/*Matériel :*/
Achat d’une sono = 329 euros
Achat de 3 mégaphones = 3 x 80 = 240 euros
Commande de stickers Gilets Noirs = 80 euros
Confection de T-Shirt et drapeaux du mouvement = 240 euros
Achat de bombes de peinture et tissu pour les banderolles = 150 euros

*TOTAL : 31 039 euros*

(*Il n’existe aucune aide financière de l’Etat pour la défense juridique
des personnes enfermées en Centre de Rétention. Les frais d’avocats
peuvent s’élever jusqu’à 1200 euros pour une seule personne.)
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