Soy Publica Group fights for Public Founded Education through the waves of Aire Radio.

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Carlos, a fellow neighbour of Arganzuela Borough, and also an active member of Soy Publica Group and Sol Education Committee, share with us the audio of his latest interview at Aire Radio. The radio station is located in Carabanchel.

You can listen to the interview here (in spanish):
http://aire.cc/eltercergrado/Antonio_y_Carlos/index.html


The members of Soy Publica defend nothing but a Public Founded Education.

If we the citizens already pay enough taxes, why do we have to pay  more taxes aside just for education?

If the politicians in charge of administering the citizens money are not capable of doing their job, should we change them for others who can?

Those members from the education system who bring up this debate are affraid to be sack from their jobs.

A civil servant can perform badly, be late at work whenever he or she fancies, they can even go drunk to their jobs, but if they complain, they might be sack. Is this democracy?

3 Respuestas a “Soy Publica Group fights for Public Founded Education through the waves of Aire Radio.

  1. ¿Podríais revisar el inglés? Si necesitais una mano, estaré encantada. Un saludo y ¡ por una enseñanza pública de calidad! In favour of quality State-funded education!

    • Hola Paloma,
      los artículos en otros idiomas nos los envian voluntarixs al correo electrónico del blog. Si ves algún error no tienes más que comentarlo y lo corregimos. Y si te animas a colaborar con las traducciones, toda la ayuda es muy bienvenida. Tan solo elige el artículo que desees, lo traduces y nos lo mandas al correo de contacto y nosotrxs lo publicamos.
      Un saludo!

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    Carlos, a fellow neighbour of Arganzuela Borough, and also an active member of Soy Publica Group and Sol Education Committee, shares with us a recording of his latest interview on Aire Radio. The radio station is located in Carabanchel.

    You can listen to the interview here (in Spanish):
    http://aire.cc/eltercergrado/Antonio_y_Carlos/index.html

    The members of Soy Publica defend state education.

    If we the citizens already pay enough taxes, why do we have to pay more just for education?

    If the politicians in charge of administering the citizens’ money are not capable of doing their job, shouldn’t we change them for others who can?

    These education employees can’t protest openly for fear of losing their jobs.

    Civil servants can do their jobs badly, be late at work whenever they feel like it, even go to work drunk, but if they complain, they might be sacked. Is this democracy?

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