The uproar that erupted with the beating and bullying of a 13-year-old student at a school in Limassol continues.
The intervention of the mother of the 13-year-old student was scheduled in Protoselidos, in the presence of criminologist and sociologist, Dimitras Tsitsis.
As reported by the presenter Andreas Dimitropoulos, the mother decided not to speak on the show because she is not feeling well. "The incident continued for the next day at school. Her child is not feeling well. The child was again threatened that if he did not withdraw the complaints against the other children then he would suffer the consequences."
Continuing, Andreas Dimitropoulos said "You understand in which society and world we live. Terrorism and intimidation. They made a child instead of going to address the school and his teachers about all that he pulled at the hands of other students and around the students, he ended up at the pharmacy to ask for help. Tragic things."
He added that the complaints were made. "There will be investigations from here, investigations from there and we will decide that it is an isolated incident. The classic saying we've been hearing for the last few years. Unfortunately, this is by no means an isolated incident. We all have children in schools and we understand the danger our children are in from some bullies and there may be victims along the way.
Finally, he said that the society we live in has so many flaws that it does not allow any child to see the world with optimism.