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Among the eleven arrested, among others, There were also allegations of violating pandemic ordinances (violating the ban on demonstrations, not wearing protective masks) and harassment, some of whom are also accused of assaulting a police officer.
At the same time, in relevant statements given to KYPE by the MP of the Movement of Ecologists-Citizens' Cooperation, Alexandra Attalidou, stated that “this trial also touches on human rights, that is why we are following it very closely”, adding that they will bring the issue to Parliament, where they consider that the issue concerns human rights.
In addition, Ms. Attalidou called on the Attorney General to make public the conclusion of the Authority for the Investigation of Complaints against the Police regarding the case. /> p>
“I have testified to the Authority and we have been waiting for many months for this finding to be released,” he said.
“Because I think it's both a human rights issue and an equity issue,” he said.
It is recalled that during the course of the “As Dame” movement, which took place at the beginning of last year, incidents broke out between citizens and the Police, which had started throwing water with the vehicle “Aiantas”, injuring a 25-year-old musician./p>
The march, which was attended by several hundred people, was organized through Social Media, with the main demands being the reduction or termination of restrictive measures against coronavirus, but also to express its opposition to of corruption.
For its part, the Police had issued a statement the day before the march, drawing the attention of all citizens, since mass gatherings are prohibited, due to the epidemiological measures in force.
After three months (27/03/21) a new protest march took place in which a large number of people from various organized groups took part. The demands of the movement revolved around the measures taken against the pandemic, but also the economic situation of Cyprus.
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