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    Parliamentary Education: We will work to follow up the activation of laws that are in the interest

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    Post by Rocky Thu 21 Feb 2019, 3:51 am

    Parliamentary Education: We will work to follow up the activation of laws that are in the interest of the educational process


    Thursday 21 February


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    A member of the parliamentary education committee, Enas Mukuso, confirmed Thursday that her committee will follow up the activation of legislated laws in the previous parliamentary sessions, which are in the interest of the educational process, warning that the educational process will be "in the wind" in the absence of interest of the executive authority By. 

    "The educational process needs to rearrange its papers and attention by the executive authority and must take into account several important aspects of educational reform, otherwise the educational process will be in the wind," said Al-Maksousi in an interview with Alsumaria News, noting that "the educational process includes the teacher Teacher and student curricula and the educational environment specified in the place and the school, which should all be taken into consideration during each treatment is put to the educational process.


    "The teacher and student should be comfortable in the educational environment, otherwise the results will not be the level of ambition, and if any party feels the government's interest in it then the returns will be not good," adding that "there are many laws, legislation and decisions that protect The teacher and the student and the entire educational process, in addition to the distribution of land for teachers is an issue guaranteed by the Constitution and possible to launch a mechanism to distribute land to them.

    She added that "there are a large number of laws approved by the previous sessions, but they are still disabled and need to follow up to activate them, including the appointment of holders of higher degrees in the government departments and the Ministry of Higher Education, therefore, the problem is not legislation of laws, but also implemented," stressing that " Especially as we as representatives of the bloc of reform and parliamentary reconstruction, we will work during the next legislative session to follow up the activation of laws that have been initiated earlier and which are in the interest of the educational process. " 

    The teachers and teachers were always on Sunday and Monday of this week to demand their rights and improve their standard of living.

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