« Hundreds of protesters marched in Athens on Monday marking the 10th anniversary of the murder of anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fisas by members of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party.
Footage shows some activists burning objects on the streets of the Greek capital.
« Pavlos’ stance as an antifascist has been a huge lesson for society because the snake always comes out of its hole and we do not have to forget this, » said an activist.
« If today or any time soon or in the future, industrials, shipyard owners, ship owners, big construction firms decide to take out of their holes and use the fascists, we will be thousands again waiting to send them back where they came from, decisively, and combatively that is the heritage that Pavlos leaves behind, » metal workers union president Sotiris Poulikogiannist said.
Pavlos Fyssas, 34, was murdered on 18 September 2013 in Athens, in his home neighbourhood of Keratsini by members of the far-right Golden Dawn party. The road where he was killed has been renamed after him. »