For racist behavior at the expense of three juvenile refugees, ARSIS – The Youth Social Support Organization complains of an OASH driver.
As stated in a relevant announcement, three unaccompanied minors ARSIS in Oreokastro on Tuesday 30 October at 20 o'clock climbed from Agora to '56' to Palaiokastro to go to kung fu training who are following it systematically.
According to ARSIS, "the urban guide has insistently inspected the three refugees and, before starting on the route, asked the children to get off the bus, saying" get down and take the next one. "
"The children," the message continues, "were amazed and left without dare to ask for the floor while the driver did not even ask if they had a ticket because ARSIS supplies refugees with unlimited routes."
"Finally, the children," concludes the press release, "did not go to the training and returned to the guesthouse with the shame of shame."
Invited to comment on this issue, OASTH President Stelios Pappas clarified to ANA-MPA that the matter is being investigated and that all procedures have been put in place so that administrative sanctions can be made if necessary. "We are trying to form a new culture for drivers and auditors and, together with the traveling public, to cultivate social responsibility," Pappas said.