At a time that the academic community must handle the repercussions of the pandemic, tolerance for any type of violence leads ineluctably to a further downgrading of our universities. Thuggery, terrorism, and those harm democracy.
Confronted in the coming days with the danger of a merging of the fourth and fifth wave of the pandemic, let us maintain our endurance and make a few additional sacrifices. It is up to us to exit the pandemic on our feet.
The new framework law which the government and the education ministry are rightly pushing forward has at its core meritocracy in selecting teaching staff, and the autonomy of educational institutions.
'Admittedly, I would not have expected vaccine deniers to be joined by “deniers” of the ongoing census, who often refuse to open their door and cooperate with those conducting it.'
Prevention of flooding does not mean only the readiness of the Fire Service or of the Army. It involves the small things that must be done daily at every administrative level of the state, such as the cleaning of gutters around public schools and of storm drains on major avenues and small streets.
A repetition of the phenomenon and incidents of far-right violence, and indeed in vulnerable and sensitive places such as schools, can lead to the reappearance of neo-Nazi groups that often have political ambitions.
Precisely because the repercussions of the issuance of fake COVID-19 vaccination certificates are not limited to public health, but also touch on the social contract to which we have all agreed, the state has a duty to fully shed light on these cases.
We all saw how the smaller and more efficient state that has been touted by this government since it came to power as a key objective failed to make the grade.
There is a pressing need to ensure that the state will be he here after the end of the pandemic to supporτ citizens financially and in terms of public health.