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Dozens of children, students and parents in protest against the closing of the Turkish college: Review the decision!
Dozens of children, students and parents protested today in front of the prime minister against the closing of the Turkish college "Mehmet Akif". The school was closed on the grounds that it did not meet the standards and that it had been moved to another building without permission.
The parents in this protest have addressed the Minister of Education, Evis Kushi, to review the decision and allow the kindergarten to continue operating.
"Today we protested for my children and for all of Albania. Those of us who are further from Tirana do not have the opportunity to take the children to the state kindergartens that Rama has sent us a list of. I can't take him to a kindergarten with scandalous conditions where three children sleep in one bed. I have been keeping the child at home for three days. We do not intend to stop there. The school is trying to continue with Strasbourg, while we parents are thinking of starting a civil lawsuit as a third party" , said one of the parents.
While another parent added that, "The Albania we want is not the one where schools and kindergartens are closed. Children should not have their dreams ruined, review the decision" , said another protester.
They learned that the purpose of the protest was for the minister to review the decision, considering it to the detriment of children and parents.
"We will continue the protest until the kindergarten opens because the decision is absurd ," said another protester.