Was rudely awakened before 7 am by a loud wailing alarm coming from the street. Sweet be-Jesus. Before I knew it, me, my camera and part of my woken self was in a car raising towards the gates of the army base. It turned out that the villagers set of the alarm when something big is happening.
The gates to the base were open and a direct (but quite)action was underway.
How many police and conscripts do you need to move three non violent activists with banners?
The strong light in the photo is from a passing bus next to one of the cement trucks waiting to get into the naval base.
In the end, the trucks passed(by another route) and the work continued. The mayor talked them down at first, rightly pointing out that the GA took a stand yesterday which simply stating that there has to be a new naval simulation conducted on the base and therefore the 70 day hold that was stipulated in the decision was valid from the time of signing. Therefor no work inside the base could legally be done.
Despite this, the construction inside the naval has continued all day.