Education Should Be Topic Of Protesting Students - Bulgarian PM
Bulgarian students should protest over education, instead over politics, according to Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
“I expected a different kind of protest demands from the students – a professional one, about education, because education is not in excellent shape, while their demands are typical political ones”, pointed out Prime Minister Oresharski.
“There are many issues that have to solved within the next few years and we are aware of the fact that one year is not enough in order for them to be solved”, added the PM.
Prime Minister Oresharski is on a visit to the small town of Kotel to attend festivities in celebration of National Enlighteners Day on Friday, November 1.
“I agreed to participate in a debate with the students, but don’t know what exactly happened so that the debate didn’t took place”, stated the PM.
According to the Prime Minister the recent unrest of Bulgarian doctors against chronic shortage of money for hospitals is more of a “dispute that hopefully will be solved” which won’t turn into a protest.
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The PM should be aware that Students the world over have always been politically aware and active. They are the bright future of any country, the thinkers, the future movers and shakers, so he should not try to confine them to their studies. Rather he should look to placate them because, sooner or later the country will move in their direction, either he leads and so controls the move or, given a few years, they take the reigns and move the country anyway.