Communist Party of Greece (KKE) General Secretary Aleka Papariga on Tuesday expressed her complete opposition to the reforms for tertiary education proposed by the government, during a meeting with the heads of Technological Educational Institutes.
"The new framework-law will crucially strike at the rights of students but also a large section of the faculty, both in universities and TEI," Papariga said.

She said its implementation during a period of crisis will lead to a reduction of the country's pool of academics and scientists, creating a wandering academic staff with "multiple-speed" degrees and opening the way for cheaper wages and "irregular" working relations.