by system failure
Today, six years after the 2008 riots in Greece when Alexandros Grigoropoulos, a 15-year-old Greek student, was killed by two policemen in Exarcheia-Athens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Greek_riots), various demonstrations have been planned all over Greece. Currently, there is a climate of tension due to the fourth-week hunger strike of the 21-year-old anarchist, Nikos Romanos, a friend of Grigoropoulos, convicted for armed robbery. The Piraeus Council of Misdemeanors has rejected a request by Romanos to be granted leave to attend technical university. (http://www.thepressproject.net/article/69869/Time-is-running-out-for-young-anarchist-on-hunger-strike)
The center of Athens is occupied by the police forces, one more time, also due to the visit of the Turkish leadership in the Greek capital. At the same time, several Syrian refugees remain at the Syntagma square, protesting, as they've been trapped in Greece and they cannot travel to other European countries to join relatives.
According to some information, a Syrian refugee lost his life after an attempt to cross the Greek-Albanian borders. Desperate, as being trapped twelve days in Athens, the 50-year old doctor decided to travel to north Greece with 30 more people. He died after trying to cross a river. Another Syrian is currently at the hospital in critical condition suffering from brain cancer. (http://tvxs.gr/news/ellada/efygan-apo-ti-zoi-dyo-syroi-prosfyges-toy-syntagmatos)
Meanwhile, the political bargain for the February elections, continues (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2014/10/greece-political-games-upon-devastated.html). Some independent MPs requested a new "agreement" between the government and the opposition to extend government's life until the end of 2015, after the new President of the Republic will be elected, and go then for national elections.
Apparently, the system has been mobilized to expand, as much as possible, current government's life, in order to take the desirable measures according to Troika orders. Troika lenders insist on the most cruel measures, further cuts in pensions and wages because the experiment goals have not fulfilled yet and because they fear that may lose control in case of a radical political change, not only in Greece, but in Europe too. (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2014/11/demanding-more-blood-from-devastated.html)
"Robotic", cold-blood and cynical neoliberal bureaucrats in Greece and abroad, as well as, far-Right inflexible components of the government, don't understand that the mixture is very explosive and a spark could trigger an uncontrolled situation. Romanos' life hangs by a thread and they don't seem to understand what may happen in case that this thread will be broken.