The administrative employees of Greek universities will demonstrate against the government’s ambitious suspension plans, with protests arranging to rally outside the Propylaea building at 11:30, before marching on to the Ministry of Administrative Reform.
The association of administrative employees at the University of Athens has issued a statement lambasting the Ministry of Education for not fulfilling promises and has warned that they will escalate their actions “until the last suspended colleague is reinstated”.
Following the planned demonstration, the association has called everyone to attend a meeting to be held at the old Senate in the central UoA building. The UoA’s administrative employees have arranged a general assembly on Tuesday to determine their next moves.
The federation of administrative employees in higher education has announced a walkout between 11am and 3pm in order to facilitate protesters in attending the demonstration.