The Municipality of Korydallos, the 2nd Federation of Secondary State School Teachers of Piraeus (ELME) and the Parents Union, are requesting for the recommencement of the Golden Dawn trial after the end of the PanHellenic Exams, so that the students are not being examined in an environment and climate full of police officers.
Despite the ongoing lawyers’ strike, the Golden Dawn trial was scheduled to continue on Wednesday, after a five-month break.
The announcement reads that the examination process of the students must be treated with pedagogic sensitivity and not to treat the students of Korydallos as second-class candidates.
“We are calling all the trial factors to show social and pedagogic sensitivity. For once again, the students of Korydallos are being treated as second class candidates. They are called to give exams in a police-guarded environment, with security measures that include closing of the streets, blocking of the traffic and data checks of every person that passes,” the announcement mentions.
The mayor of Korydallos, Stavros Kasimatis, has informed in advance all the Ministry of Justice and the chairman of the jury, the Athens Bar Αssociation as well as the Court of Appeal regarding the detailed dates of the PanHellenic exams.