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Iliopoulos: University Police “A Solution from Erdogan’s Turkey, Not From Europe”

February 12, 2021

ATHENS — Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance spokesperson Nassos Iliopoulos on Friday predicted that the new law on education will not "last long", while speaking to radio Thema 104.6 FM.

He said it was a "deep anti-educational" move by the New Democracy government to changes the rules for the nationwide exams for university admission in the midst of the school year, and especially in a year when children also had to contend with the difficulties created by the pandemic.

Referring to the establishment of the university campus police force, he said that "this solution comes from Erdogan's Turkey and not from Europe".

 

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