What the mayor of Oropou Giorgos Giasimakis said about the inhumane incident against an elderly woman by the municipal ambulance crew
The mayor of Oropou Giorgos Giasimakis spoke to about behaviors that refer to the Middle Ages, commenting the incident against an elderly woman by an ambulance crew which has raised a storm of reactions, along with the intervention of the prosecutor, but also the initiation of procedures for the dismissal of one of the two crew members who works at the same time in a public hospital.
Mr. Giasimakis told skai.gr:
“As you know, I learned about this incident late yesterday afternoon. As soon as I was informed from the internet and saw the photo, I contacted the social service of the municipality and the specific company that operates and uses our ambulance, to see if this problem is true. They told me that they would call me shortly. They called me after about half an hour to three quarters of an hour and told me that this is indeed the case. The next thing I did was to come to my office to call the secretaries and last night to make a decision for a Sworn Administrative Examination, which as of this morning at 9 o’clock has started and is being carried out as we speak, at the municipal offices , the sworn administrative examination is carried out as those involved have arrived. But I want to say one more thing. This incident is tragic. It is reminiscent of the Middle Ages, it is reminiscent of Auschwitz and it shames the whole world and there is no, but no excuse whatever they invoke. There is no excuse. It’s a shame what happened.”
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