The local 'Indignant Citizens Movement' of the Peloponnese on Monday announced plans for a protest motorcade from the city of Tripolis in the centre of the peninsula to Syntagma Square in Athens this coming weekend.
Protestors will set off from Tripolis in cars, on motorbikes and even on bicycles in support of the right to freely protest using peaceful means and in order to express their displeasure and concern over the events in Syntagma Square on June 28-29.
They intend to leave on Saturday and arrive on Sunday, July 17, travelling at an average speed of 11.5 kilometres an hour. The motorcade will progress along the old national highway until Corinth, with intermediate stops at Mylous, Nafplio, Argos and Chiliomodi.
On Sunday, the motorcade will depart from Corinth and proceed to Syntagma Square in central Athens, with stops at Agious Theodorous, Kinetta, Megara, Nea Peramo, Elefsina and Aspropyrgos.