“In connection with the teacher dismissals that took place in front of the public of the country, I made a decision: for me, this cannot go on like this. It’s enough,” writes Norbert Hegyi, teacher of Hungarian language and literature at the Lackner Kristóf school in Sopron, in his Facebook statement.
“It’s enough that we don’t have enough solidarity, that we just want to get away with everything, that we’ll “solve it somehow”, that they do what they want with us, because we are the reason for this by operating this system.”
“I no longer have a mirror to look into, if I tolerate this as a person, as a teacher,” he writes according to 444.hu, and on Thursday he announced an indefinite period of civil disobedience.
“As of today, I will not hold my teaching hours due to my own decision. My action is not directed against the institution and its leaders. My intentional violation of the law resulting from my civil disobedience is an attention-grabbing but peaceful tool, I am aware of its legal consequences, and I accept them for myself.”
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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