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The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the government is determined to overcome the overcrowding situation in schools.
The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani visited today an examination center to perform ministerial exams for intermediate school students, in the Karrada area, next to Rusafa in Baghdad, in the presence of the Minister of Education Ibrahim Names al-Jubouri. ".
The statement added, "The Prime Minister was briefed on the level of procedures and services available in the center to make the exams a success as a result of the academic season, and he also followed up the measures taken to preserve the questions and ensure the students' smooth performance of the exams."
During the visit, Al-Sudani stressed "the need for all concerned educational bodies to be keen not to repeat the mistakes that occurred in the past, and to consolidate the educational process and harness efforts on this path."
And the Prime Minister stated that “the education and education sectors come in the priority of the government’s attention, in order to build a society that overcomes all difficulties and rejected practices, so it is necessary to start with this vital sector, and His Excellency directed to resolve all administrative and routine obstacles related to the problems that were presented during the visit related to cadres.” educational".
Al-Sudani renewed "his directive that the national strategy for education be a roadmap for all state institutions, and that the infrastructure of this sector recovers through the start of the construction of school buildings in Baghdad and the provinces, where 42 schools have been completed in Baghdad, and it is hoped that 250 others will be completed this year at the provincial level." As well as the completion of other numbers of school buildings in the governorates.
Al-Sudani stressed, "the government's determination to overcome the state of overcrowding in schools, and to reactivate lagging projects that have been suspended for years, stressing the direct implementation after approving the budget of the Iraq Development Fund project, part of which is allocated to the school buildings sector."
And the statement continued, "The Prime Minister concluded his visit by directing towards providing amenities for students during the performance of exams, and the service and engineering effort was assigned to follow up the requirements of examination centers, and special attention to the sixth preparatory stage."[/size]
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