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    For this reason... Iraqi professors are threatened with losing their jobs

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    For this reason... Iraqi professors are threatened with losing their jobs Empty For this reason... Iraqi professors are threatened with losing their jobs

    Post by Rocky Sat 20 Apr 2024, 4:55 am

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    [size=52]For this reason... Iraqi professors are threatened with losing their jobs[/size]
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    Information/Baghdad..
    The head of the Federation of Trade Unions in Basra, Ahmed Fahmi Al-Khafaji, confirmed today, Saturday, that Iraqi professors are threatened with losing their jobs.

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    Al-Khafaji told Al-Maalouma, “The percentage of foreign professors has become much higher than the percentage stipulated by the law, pointing to the registration of foreign professors in the various departments, instead of distributing them equally in the departments, which is considered a deception of the law.”
    He added, "The educational situation is unstable due to the recruitment of professors from Egypt at a lower cost, which led to the dismissal of a number of Iraqi professors."
    He pointed out that "if this situation continues, it will lead to the departure of more Iraqi professors, which will negatively affect the national interest and the quality of education in the country." Ended/25 Q.

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