Confirmed the penalties for students who took the Nacional Buenos Aires
August 4, 2012
The rector of the Colegio Nacional Buenos Aires, Gustavo Zorzoli said he will sanction to 9 students who took the college for making “security belts” that prevented the access of authorities.
“We are going to apply sanctions to 9 students. What we’re seeing with the authorities and other community members are the circumstances, which can affect the boys and girls affected and the parents. The whole context will allow us define the number of sanctions,” said the rector on the radio.
“One looks at the conditions as to the conduct that had the boys over this year and the last. An analysis of the student’s history is done in this regard,” he said.
The students, in protest to this decision, sitting convened on Monday. Given this, Zorzoli said: “It seems quite logical that happening. Is the first time that the school authorities will be putting a limit to certain situations of intolerance that have worsened in recent years. The current leadership is not willing for this to continue. “