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Greece: Fake Dyslexia Certificates for Children

In ‘Where Everything Is Possible‘ [el], blogger Theodoris Georgakopoulos criticizes the news that Children's Hospital employees in Athens, Greece, have been involved into issuing fake documents certifying dyslexia. He mainly puts the blame on those parents who labelled their children with a disability to facilitate their final high school exams. @Haris_Nk also comments [el]: Greek dream: enter the University with fake dyslexia certificate, afterwards a job at DEI [Public Power Corporation] and then a fake blindness allowance. Jungle”.

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