“It is clear that I do not want to be controversial towards the story of the mayor of Crema, because I believe that it is deeply unfair that she is being investigated for an injury for which she is not responsible, but I want to remind everyone that the same indignation should be for school leaders always criminally responsible for the safety of buildings that, ope legis, belong to local authorities and on which they have never carried out safety measures “. This is the complaint of Daniela Crimi, dean of the ‘Ninni Cassarà’ linguistic high school in Palermo, with over 1,400 students, one of the largest high schools in Sicily. “It is not fair that managers must respond criminally and civilly for security when, despite our repeated appeals and endless requests, the bodies in charge, Municipalities and Provinces, do not carry out the safety measures – complains Crimi – Every school manager, me including, he underwent security investigations and had to pay lawyers out of his own pocket to defend against security investigations and no one was ever outraged. ” “Of course I understand that if it affects politicians then everything changes …”, he adds. “It is news a few days ago that a Tuscan executive colleague is being investigated for a Covid contagion of a teacher – explains Daniela Crimi – If at school all safety provisions and protocols have been implemented, no liability is admissible “. “Otherwise it would be good to close all schools and be a dad as in all offices smart working is done if the headmaster must always pay”, concludes the headmaster.