Hunger strike demanding freedom for Öcalan in the Greek camp of Lavrio reaches day 107
The hunger strike demanding freedom for Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan in the Greek camp of Lavrio has reached day 107.
The 22nd group took over the hunger strike in the Greek camp of Lavrio demanding freedom for Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan. The protest is now on day 107.
The new group issued a statement saying that “Leader Öcalan has been under absolute isolation for 22 years. We will never accept this.”
The group stated that their actions will continue uninterruptedly until Abdullah Öcalan is liberated.
The hunger strike in Lavrio Camp started on 4 January and it is promoted by the Revolutionary Youth Movement (Tevgera Ciwanên Şoreşger-TCŞ), the European Kurdistan Women's Movement (Tevgera Jinên Kurdistan-Europe) and the Kurdistan Cultural Center (Navenda Çanda Kurdistan). Every 5 days a new group take over the hunger strike.