User name
Password

Don't have a user name yet?
Register here.

Help

Former Rog squatters warn of shrinking of public space

Ljubljana, 19 January - Members of an autonomous social and cultural community that had squatted the defunct Ljubljana bicycle factory Rog for years before being forcefully removed from the premises a year ago warned at a press conference on Wednesday of what they perceive as shrinking of the public space. They also reiterated that the eviction had been illegal.

Ljubljana
The former users of the Rog squat gathered in the Avtonomna Tovarna Rog initiative hold a press conference in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall on the first anniversary of the eviction from the building of the former bicycle factory.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
The former users of the Rog squat gathered in the Avtonomna Tovarna Rog initiative hold a press conference in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall on the first anniversary of the eviction from the building of the former bicycle factory.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
The former users of the Rog squat gathered in the Avtonomna Tovarna Rog initiative hold a press conference in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall on the first anniversary of the eviction from the building of the former bicycle factory.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
The former users of the Rog squat gathered in the Avtonomna Tovarna Rog initiative hold a press conference in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall on the first anniversary of the eviction from the building of the former bicycle factory.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
The former users of the Rog squat gathered in the Avtonomna Tovarna Rog initiative hold a press conference in front of the Ljubljana Town Hall on the first anniversary of the eviction from the building of the former bicycle factory.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

The rest of this news item is available to subscribers.
The news item consists of 2.235 characters (without spaces) or 447 words words.

Buy the news item. Price: 2 tokens; on account: 0 tokens.

mab/tv/zm
© STA, 2022