Reaching a climax of three days of mobilisations across the country, thousands are preparing to take to the streets on Sunday to demonstrate against the voting in parliament of the new memorandum between the troika and the greek government.
In Athens, neighbourhood assemblies are calling for pre-demonstration gatherings in Pagrati, Exarcheia, Brahami, Kerameikos, Kalithea and Peristeri, between 3 and 5 pm (all calls here). The main call is for 6pm at Syntagma square, at the same time when parliament will be called to vote in the new agreement. Anarchists, leftists, neighbourhood groups, anti-austerity campaigners and trade unionists are now joined in by football fans who have issued a common call (beyond particular teams) to march together against the memorandum.
Updates from the streets as they come.