|AFTER THE STORY ON SITEL TV FOR THE SCANDAL IN THE SCHOOL “PARTENIJA ZOGRAFSKI” PAEDOPHILIA OR NOT - 15 CHILDREN claim “YES”, AUTHORITIES DENY |
After the yesterday story on “Sitel” for pedophilia scandal in the Primary School “Partenija Zografski” where second grade student were abused from students that practicing from the Faculty for Physical Culture, the dean Gino Strezovski is denying the responsibility of the Faculty.
According to him students were neither engaged from Dean office nor they had his approval. Even-why in the yesterday parental extraordinary meeting students denied that there was a paedophile scene, according to minutes of the meeting who got SITEL, one of the parents stated that it wasn’t possible for all 15 children to invent that. Even in the parent's meeting was indicated that due to fear some children the next day didn’t came to school.
Sitel yesterday published that one concerned parent called in Megjashi and declared abuse of several boys by an intern student.
- According to statements of the caller, he forced the children to touch on the genital organs, to measure, to extend, addressing them with the words: "Let's see what you have there, lizards or snakes" - says Angelina Chalakoska, psychologist and coordinator of free SOS line Megjashi.
Today afternoon again will be held an emergency parental meeting. The Director of the School “Partenije Zografski” will give information to the parents exactly what was happened in Tuesday in the sport’s hall.
Until the end of the meeting, the Director will not give any statement to the media. Apart from school and Faculty of Physical Education, the case is investigated by Megjashi, the Ombudsman and the Department of Education at the municipality “Kisela Voda”. Otherwise the project with which should be measured the capabilities of the children was for the needs of a doctoral dissertation. The same project last year was made at the school Parteniy Zografski. This school year by the parent’s statements, they were not informed that they will carry out measurements of their children.