Supreme Court spokesperson, Ángela Vivanco, He pointed out that the laws must be complied with, referring to the accusations against the mayoress of Santiago, Irací Hasler, for an alleged breach in the application of the Safe Classroom Law. The government called on the authorities to act collaboratively to stop acts of violence in educational establishments.
A discussion on the application of the Safe Classroom Law arose in recent days, after representatives of Renovación Nacional filed a request with the Comptroller's Office against the mayoress of Santiago, Irací Hassler, for an alleged breach of the legislation and abandonment of duties.
In the midst of the debate, the spokeswoman for the Supreme Court, Ángela Vivanco, pointed out -on Radio Universo- that the laws must be applied and that this is not a decision of each authority.
From the government, the Minister of the Interior and Public Security, Carolina Tohá, indicated that all authorities should give a clear message to set limits in the face of these acts of violence.
< p>The former Minister of Education and Executive Director of the Institute of Public Policies of the Andrés Bello University, Raúl Figueroa, pointed out that directors must have the backing of the authorities to use the powers conferred on them by the Safe Classroom Law.
< p>In Parliament, meanwhile, the deputy for Comunes, Emilia Schneider, pointed out that -together with a group of pro-government parliamentarians- they presented a bill to repeal the Safe Classroom Law.
From the opposition, the deputy and Secretary General of National Renovation, Diego Schalper, called this group of parliamentarians to talk with the principals of Santiago's high schools.
< p>According to figures from the Carabineros, so far this year there have been 396 violent events in educational establishments, mainly in emblematic high schools in the Santiago commune, resulting in 108 schoolchildren being detained.