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KKE Leader Koutsoumbas: Bill on Public Protest “Outrageous”

ATHENS — Communist Party of Greece leader Dimitris Koutsoumbas on Wednesday criticised the bill on public protest as "an outrageous bill which creates problems for demonstrations, personal freedoms and collective demands".

In statements after his meeting with the mayor of Patras Kostas Peletidis at the city hall , he said that this bill is a cause of war and it will "remain on paper, even if it is approved by the parliament on Thursday."

On his meeting with Peletidis, Koutsoumbas said that "the municipal council of Patras is doing a huge body of work despite the difficulties that the local authority is experiencing in terms of funding and staff shortages, for which the central government is responsible."

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