Members of the trade union group the All-Workers Militant Front (PAME) occupied the Greek Finance Ministry in Athens, Thursday, protesting the government’s potential deal with the country’s creditors over Greece’s debt crisis. Up to 200 protesters occupied the building, with some climbing to its upper floors to hang a huge anti-government banner depicting Greece’s last three prime ministers. Below the prime ministers a slogan read: “we have bled enough, we have paid enough. Take matters into your own hands Greek people! Block the new measure and the long-term bailout agreements.” The protest came as current Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited Brussels in an attempt to persuade Greece’s creditors to unlock a €7.2 billion ($8.09 billion) tranche, needed by Athens to avoid a default on its debts. PAME are a trade union movement founded by the Greek Communist Party (KKE) in April 1999, and boast a membership of 850,000 including card holders at affiliated organisations.
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