Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet was interrupted during a speech at a university in Berlin today and booed by people in the audience.
A woman began shouting as Trichet spoke in an auditorium at the Humboldt University, causing him to stop speaking briefly before resuming. Banners were held up by students in the audience reading “no more money for the banks” and “say no to debt tyranny,” and boos were heard during applause at the end of Trichet’s speech. Trichet’s eight-year term ends on Oct. 31.
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