Rectors report chaos in universitiesGreek Reporter.
Theodore Fortsakis, rector of the University of Athens, said the institution had no funds due to equipment theft exceeding €500,000 (US$646,700). “We are now in charge of a university that cannot perform even the minimum of its duties. There are no security guards, no administrative employees, no funds and constant turmoil.”
Ioannis Golias, rector of the National Technical University of Athens, complained that he had not managed to enter his office because the institution is under occupation. When the occupation ends, he will be faced with a dramatic decrease in budget, which will not be enough to cover the university’s annual needs.
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