... so it still grows, jumping slowly to countries with other languages than German.
In Italy - according this article ...
http://nachrichten.rp-online.de/article ... cken/18045
... - had been demonstrations in Rome, Milan, Torino, Florence, Palermo and Naples. 6 students were hurted during one activity in Milan.
Berlusconi threatens to use the police and gets strong critics from other parties.
In Austria the major line of the protests has a broad base and it's often called a "Bewegung" (movement), which shall be understood as a broad social reform not limited to students interests. The general population often gives sign of soladarity. The younger German protest action mostly is limited to concrete student interests, though meanwhile also elder pupils participate and protest against recent unlucky school reforms. Some actions of police and of the local Rektorate are less relaxed than in Austria.