Toskas ac­cused of turn­ing blind eye to Uni sitin

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De­spite re­as­sur­ances given to con­ser­va­tive MPs yes­ter­day by Al­ter­nate Min­is­ter for Cit­i­zens’ Pro­tec­tion Nikos Toskas that a sitin at Thes­sa­loniki’s Aris­to­tle Univer­sity by mi­grants and ac­tivists is “un­der con­trol,” New Democracy slammed the gov­ern­ment yes­ter­day for look­ing the other way as law­less­ness spreads across the cam­pus and be­yond.

“[Toskas] con­sid­ers the spread of law­less­ness as a ‘sit­u­a­tion com­pletely un­der con­trol,’” ND said yes­ter­day.

The Cit­i­zens’ Pro­tec­tion Min­istry ac­cused ND of us­ing the is­sue for its own po­lit­i­cal gain.

In­done­sia’s Teater Te­tas per­forms Aeschy­lus’s ‘Prometheus Bound’ at the An­cient The­ater of Philippi in north­ern Greece, on Tues­day night. The pro­duc­tion, which is di­rected by Aus­tria’s Werner Schulze, trav­eled to Egio in the north­ern Pelo­pon­nese last night and will be on at Ch­le­moutsi Cas­tle in Kylini in the eastern Pelo­pon­nese tonight.

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