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    Parliament reveals the reasons for not recognizing private universities and colleges in the Kurdista

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    Parliament reveals the reasons for not recognizing private universities and colleges in the Kurdista Empty Parliament reveals the reasons for not recognizing private universities and colleges in the Kurdista

    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Jun 2024, 4:33 am

    Parliament reveals the reasons for not recognizing private universities and colleges in the Kurdistan region

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Today, Friday (June 14, 2024), the Parliamentary Higher Education Committee revealed the reasons for not recognizing private universities and colleges in the Kurdistan Region.
    Committee member Representative Haider Al-Mutairi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “his committee recently communicated with the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Higher Education for Scientific Affairs to find out the reasons for the ministry’s failure to recognize private universities and colleges in the Kurdistan region two months ago after appeals were received to the committee from students in various Iraqi provinces.” ".
    He added, "The Ministry responded that the fundamental flaw in the Ministry of Education in the Kurdistan Region is that it refuses to recognize some of the private universities and colleges recognized by Baghdad, pointing out that it is assumed that everything recognized by the Central Ministry of Higher Education is binding on the region."
    Al-Mutairi pointed out that, “As a matter of reciprocity, the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research at the center issued an official letter containing the cancellation of recognition of universities and private colleges in the region based on the principle of reciprocity, after the ministry gave the region a long period of time and it did not respond.”
    On (August 23, 2023), the Federal Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research informed the Federal Service Council not to approve the appointment of graduates of universities in the Kurdistan region if the regional government did not commit to recognizing the private Iraqi universities that Erbil refuses to recognize.
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    This new position comes in light of an intractable dispute between Baghdad and Erbil dating back years, as the Ministry of Higher Education in the region refuses to recognize Iraqi private universities, which prompted the Federal Ministry to sign an agreement stipulating mutual recognition, meaning that Baghdad will recognize the region’s universities while Erbil will recognize other Iraqi universities. Although Baghdad recognized all universities in the region, the regional government continued to maneuver and refuse to recognize Iraqi private universities.
    The new decision of the Federal Ministry of Higher Education would prevent the appointment of thousands of graduates from the region’s universities through the Federal Service Council, which would create a major problem for the Kurdistan Regional Government.
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