Baghdad – INA - Hussein Mohammed Al-Faihan
Teachers Syndicate confirmed that they are waiting the quick response for their demands in the sit-in during the past two days.
The president of teachers union Abbas al-Sudani said in a special statement to INA agency, “that the syndicate yesterday had discussed the demands with two delegations one of them from the general secretariat of the ministers council and the other represents prime minister”.
Adding that “the syndicate is waiting the quick government response, and the syndicate has faced huge press from its members to form central council in case there’s no response, and make a stronger decisions than before”.
al-Sudani continued that “the sit-in comes due to the dropof the teachers and educations levels”.
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