Greek protester describes the mood on Athens' streets as political flux remains


Greek politics is in flux, with Prime Minster George Papandreou announcing he will form a new government to enact austerity measures.

Calliope Iris, an anti-government protester, described the mood on the streets of to BBC Radio 5 live.

"It was the second time in my life I had to run for my life," Iris told Rhod Sharp on Up All Night.

"I want a complete break from the past. I believe we have a very broken political system."

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Up All Night broadcasts seven days a week, 0100 - 0500 on BBC Radio 5 live.

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