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Education

Teacher protest (June 5)

Teachers employed by the state to provide afternoon and night classes staged a demonstration outside the education ministry on Wednesday morning, demanding collective agreements.
The teachers were among 2,500 educators involved in the program, managed by the institute of afternoon and night classes.
The institute had been set up by the previous government while the current administration is planning to scrap it and go back to the old system of inviting tenders, which, it is understood, would cost less.
Reports said no jobs will be lost with the new regime, expected to start in the next school year.

 

 

 

 

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