3 thoughts on “Money for oppression, not for people in Greece

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  2. Clashes as uni courses cut

    Friday 29 March 2013

    Greece’s parliament approved government proposals on Thursday to close or merge roughly one of every five faculties at universities and higher education colleges.

    The drastic cutback triggered violent student protests and dissent within the coalition government.

    Police used tear gas during clashes with student protesters outside parliament as about 3,500 people joined rallies against the proposed legislation.

    But MPs voted 148-125 in favour of changes that will see the number of higher education faculties cut from 534 to 405.



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