Violence against public officials by gypsies growing despite the amendment of the criminal code

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Gypsies are assaulting health care workers and ambulance attendants on a regular basis, despite the fact that the last year, the scope of public official status was expanded to cover the above mentioned groups.

The same goes for teachers that are regularly attacked and beaten up by gypsy students and their parents. Many of the teachers don't even report the incidents due to shame; they are rather quietly suffering and putting up with the violence.

The number of attacks have been growing despite the changes in the criminal code that made violence against public officials punishable by three year imprisonment.

Last year, 710 and the first half of this year already 358 criminal offenses have been committed against public officials nationwide according to Police sources.

The public official status expanded to cover health care workers, ambulance attendants, taxi drivers, public transport workers, teachers, firefighters, members of registered churches and social workers.

These are the main agencies that gypsies have been targeting on the regular basis showing once again that they are incapable of adopting a civilized lifestyle and coexist peacefully with the rest of the population.

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