The ballot box can offer an answer. According to the result, 80 percent of university students rejected a proposal to stage an occupation of the campus.
That overwhelming majority of students decided that classes should be held normally.
They rejected the decisions routinely taken at student assemblies by activist political minorities.
This rejection may explain the intolerance of those who are purportedly concerned about democracy and bolstering democratic stability. That is why they in turn reject electronic voting. What guides them is the fear of a repetition of the same result at other faculties and departments.
That fear which is expressed witH dynamic reactions and even threats should not intimidate the academic community.
Universities, just as any other institution that implements democratic procedures, cannot be held hostage to minorities.
They should be guided only by the decisions of the majority, as democratic norms require.