Parliamentary Education: The parliament's decision to abolish the application system is not binding on the government
The Parliamentary Education Committee on Tuesday confirmed the decision of the House of Representatives to abolish the application system in the preparatory school is not binding on the government, noting that the abolition of this system can not be applied during the next school year.
Committee member Abbas al-Zamili said in an interview that "the parliamentary education committee discussed with the minister the abolition of the system of application and protection in the preparatory school," explaining that "the system of application and revitalization can not be canceled during the next school year, despite the vote of the House of Representatives to cancel" .
Zamili added that "the decision of the House of Representatives is not binding on the government, and needs the vote of the Council of Ministers," pointing out that "the Minister of Education Agency promised to study the subject in all its aspects and the consequences of its abolition."
He added that "the difficulty of the scientific approach at some stages personalized, but can not refer to the scientific aspect of the curriculum to the service side deteriorating, but need to upgrade the service side to parallel with the curriculum."
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