Mistakes made by others must not be at the expense of employees and students | "The most expensive way to build is to build wrong"
The Chair of the MCI Works Council (BR) and the Chair of the university represantation (ÖH) at MCI have issued an urgent appeal to the press:
ÖH Chair Laura Flür: "For many years, the MCI has been promised the imminent MCI Campus in repeated Sunday speeches. For just as many years, however, this has been repeatedly played back and forth by politicians and questioned in the media."
BR Chairman Johannes Dickel: "Suddenly, extra costs of 30 million euros appear out of the blue, and this argument is used to reduce the size of the new campus from an already tight 126,000m3 to 111,000m3. This drastically shrinks the indoor space.
This significantly damages the quality of life and work for staff and students on campus. Unfortunately, this also deprives the MCI of opportunities to make it an attractive place to research, study, work and found, to position itself internationally and to develop it further."
The MCI Works Council and MCI students have the following questions:
Laura Flür and Johannes Dickel continue: "The most expensive way to build is to build wrong. We cannot accept that any wrong political or business decisions are carried out at the expense of the MCI's dedicated employees and students."