About 20 members of Rubicon anarchist group, on Thursday, entered the offices of Public Power Corporation in central Athens and threw flyers against the company.
It was around noon when the anarchists entered the building and threw flyers around the building, calling on PPC to stop cutting power to poor Greeks who can not afford to pay their electricity bill.
This time the Rubicon members did not proceed with any acts of vandalism. On Monday, they had smashed glass doors and threw buckets of paint at the entrance of the Attica Regional Authority building on Syngrou Avenue.
Later; in a post on an anarchist website, Rubicon wrote that, “Power, like water, is not a marketable product. Power is a social commodity that no household should be deprived of.”
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