“In short, there is a political battle underway, there are fights between students’ guardians and violence in the public sphere. The occupied public schools have traditionally felt the absence of our democratically elected government and this autumn is no exception. The only one left is the mid-tier public servant, the headmaster or headmistress of the occupied school, abandoned by the state,” writes Dimitris A. Sotiropoulos in his article for newspaper Kathimerini.


You can read the full article in Greek here.