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NTUA decline must be reversed

The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) used to be Greeces top tertiary institution and a worthy rival of its foreign counterparts.

These days, what Greeks better know as the Polytechnic has degenerated into an asylum for a small minority that wants to impose its will on the majority. By force, if it has to.

Recent developments at the Athens institution the sorry state of this historic building and the ongoing attempts to stop the election of independent councils are a cause for shame and concern.

Its time that the NTUA professors and students who respect its tradition and those who want the school to remain a center for knowledge took action.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday December 5, 2012 (22:31)  
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