Protesters assembled outside the ERT offices for the third day in a row to protest the suspension of the national broadcaster as a cost-cutting measure by the government. ERT broadcasts were suspended late on Tuesday night, prompting staff to occupy their offices and trade unions to stage a 24-hour general strike from midnight, June 13, in solidarity with the nearly 2,700 staff who lost their jobs. Credit: YouTube/Newsbeast.gr.
Video: Protesters assemble outside ERT HQ
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