Greece on brink before November 11.
A wave of protests began in Greece today for the introduction of the Bill in parliament on new austerity measures and severe reforms in labor relations. Today the public transport strike in Greece for 24 hours. Will not move the Athens metro, trolleys and electric railways. Tuesday joined the strike trains and ships will not move for two days.
On Wednesday, when parliament will vote on the bill and taxi drivers will strike and partial implementation will be disrupted flights. Greece's airspace will be closed at lunch time for three hours.
Today there will be a strike by the Greek news agency ANA, while 6 and 7 November the two largest Greek unions have called a 48-hour general strike and demonstrations will strike and lawyers and doctors.
The protest wave will cover Greece until November 11, when the parliament should adopt the budget law for 2013