Another Intignants’ gathering took place for the fourth consecutive Sunday in Athens’ main Syntagma Square, the 26th day in the row that protesters have assembled in the square. According to The Athens News reporter on site, there were more than 50,000 indignants gathered at Syntagma Square this Sunday.
Police estimation brings the indignants’ number to 8,000.
The movement is expected to reach its peak this Tuesday, when the parliament debate that started on Sunday will culminate in a confidence vote in the new cabinet.
A handful of other main plazas across cities in Greece hosted the same type of event.