“Give it up!” – The anger of the students and teachers reached Sándor Pintér, the minister came out of the Ministry of the Interior building right in front of them

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2022-12-05 13:04:00

The students and teachers of Ferenc Kölcsey High School marched to the Ministry of the Interior building on Monday morning to hand over a letter to the Minister of the Interior Sándor Pintér and the State Secretary responsible for public education Zoltán Maruzsa in protest against the dismissal of the teachers.

The protesters first gathered at the József Attila utca entrance, then marched to Széchenyi tér, but the police did not allow them to reach the main entrance.

For this reason, they crossed the road to the park, where the tents of the vigil students are, but Sándor Pintér came out of the building not long after,

He didn’t even get away from being shouted at: “Resign!” “Cowardly piece of shit!”

The participants tried to deliver the letter, which was signed by several parents and students as a sign of their support for the message formulated by the faculty.

The demonstration called “Another Dialogue Experiment” was organized by teachers, so the teaching ended at 11 a.m. at Ferenc Kölcsey High School, and about a hundred people joined the movement. From there, they marched through Andrássy út to the Ministry of the Interior, where they held a short performance as described.

Teachers and students carried placards with them, many saying “Free education!” they wore a badge with the inscription

Several teachers, including Tamás Palya, hung targets on themselves, which apparently symbolizes that they can shoot at them at any time.

Other schools also joined the march, including Vörösmarty Mihály High School and Imre Madách High School.

The demonstration called “Another attempt at dialogue” was organized by teachers, so the teaching ended at 11:00 a.m. About a hundred people joined the movement. From there, they marched through Andrássy út to the interior, where they held a short performance as described.

The participants carried posters with them, several saying “Free education!” they wore a badge with the inscription, and the teachers stuck a target board on themselves. They told the portal’s on-site correspondent that they want to express that the education management targets those who express their opinion.

Other schools also joined the march, including Vörösmarty Mihály High School and Imre Madách High School.


Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.

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