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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-12-10

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Romanos stops hunger strike; amendment allows him to attend classes
  • [02] Romanos starts thirst strike

  • [01] Romanos stops hunger strike; amendment allows him to attend classes

    ANA/MPA---Nikos Romanos stopped the hunger strike on Wednesday and started eating, according to "Giorgos Gennimatas" hospital sources.

    Romanos, who was on a hunger strike for 31 consecutive days, stopped after the Parliement voted for a Justice ministry's amendment allowing him to attend classes at the Technological Institute to which he was admitted wearing an ankle bracelet.

    The same information said that his doctors started feeding him gradually from the mouth with specific food and in small quantities.

    Romanos' condition is stable.

    [02] Romanos starts thirst strike

    ANA/MPA---Nikos Romanos started a thirst strike on Wednesday, said Romanos' lawyer Frangiskos Ragoussis. Due to his grave condition after 31 days of hunger strike, said Ragoussis, he is not able to write the message by himself and asked me to convey it to you.

    He also noted that Romanos has not received any liquid since that morning and continues to refuse to receive intravenous fluid adding that he is facing the danger of sudden death.

    The State should offer the solution that exists, concluded Ragoussis.


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