The fact that Oslo City Council last week advocated the preservation of the Y-block has not slowed down the destruction, rather the contrary. The peaceful demonstration in front of the endangered building on April 28 consisted of 8–9 people who had become stuck in contagious distance from each other.
The demonstrators sat on the cold asphalt for many hours and held up large posters demanding immediate protection of the Y-block: "Listen to Oslo City Council. Stop the demolition and let the Storting consider the case on 12 May, "it said on a banner.
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