Pola Roupa and Nikos Maziotis were sentenced to several years in prison for their participation and action in the guerrilla organization Revolutionary Struggle. They were imprisoned and served the cumulative 20-year prison sentence to which they were finally sentenced (after the trial which overturned their life sentence for the bomb attack on the Bank of Greece-branch of the European Central Bank-office of the International Monetary Fund in Greece). Comrade Pola Roupa has served 8.5 years of actual imprisonment (13.5 years mixed), while Nikos Maziotis has already served 11 years of imprisonment and a total of 14 years mixed. In other words, 3/5 of their sentence, as dictated by state law. Pola Roupa was released from prison under restrictive conditions on November 17, 2023, and a few days later, on November 28, 2023, the deputy public prosecutor of Evia appealed her release, requesting that she be returned to prison. This unprecedented event brought Pola before a new judicial council at Chalkida court on January 10, to judge whether she will remain free. Nikos continues to undergo special, exceptionally repressive treatment.He has been refused parole four times in two years because he remains unrepentant (the justification for the latest refusal refers to “a total disregard for justice and the prison system”). While awaiting the decision of the Euboea Court of Appeal, an appeal was launched for a day of solidarity on February 9. Several initiatives were carried out by various SRI sections. In the photos below: posters in Brussels and Toulouse, banner in Geneva.