Mylonas Complaint: School Principal Beaten - Police Arrest
"There are people who are so fanatical that there is no communication," said Mr Mylonas
A portion of parents of primary school children held a protest outside the Congress where the Parliament was sitting yesterday morning (1/12).
Speaking on the front page, DIKO MP Pavlos Mylonas first referred to the debate they had in Parliament and later to the parents' protest, denouncing an event.
He initially stated that yesterday in Parliament they discussed the protocols applied in schools. He added that about 90% of children go to school. "2-3% of children are sick so it is about 5-6% of children who suffer and do not go to school for their views on masks."
Regarding the protests outside the Parliament, he stated the following, "They wanted to deliver a resolution, I went and got it and handed it over to the Speaker of Parliament. "The second request they had was to enter Parliament to speak to us."
"There are people who are so fanatical that there is no communication," said Mr Mylonas.
He then publicly complained that a director had been beaten, "the man is afraid to talk to the police about the consequences. Let the Police take care to arrest the perpetrators ".