Student Amnesty Coming? Fikri Işık, President of the National Education Commission, gave the hopeful news that students who were dismissed from universities for various reasons were waiting for from the Parliament. Işık stated that the regulation that will be “in the nature of an amnesty” and that will ensure the return of undergraduate and graduate students to their universities is the leg of the Ministry of National Education, YÖK and the AK Party, and said, “We are considering all requests in this direction.”
According to the news of Milliyet; It has been learned that the Ministry of National Education and YÖK have been working to determine how many students have been dismissed from universities since the "amnesty" in 2011.
The regulation made on February 25, 2011 has victimized many undergraduate and associate degree students. Those who were dismissed after February 25, 2011 started to make their voices heard through social media. The victims want the amnesty to be released as soon as possible because the amnesty to be issued after November means loss of years for them. The Ministry of National Education and YÖK started a study by considering the demands of students who want to return to their universities. Former Minister of National Education Ömer Dinçer announced the number of students who were dismissed between February 25, 2011 and May 25, 2012 as 106 thousand 791.
However, it was claimed that the number of students who were dismissed in the intervening period approached 2013 thousand as of October 200. Financial inadequacy, family and health problems were among the reasons for dismissal of undergraduate and graduate students who have been dismissed from universities since February 25, 2011.
FIRST MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY
It was learned that since the amnesty in 2011 did not cover the victims in 2012 and 2013, the Parliament started to work on the new amnesty law. The first message to the students who are waiting for forgiveness came from Işık. Işık said, “A law school student wrote to me on twitter that he could not pay his tuition fees and that he had family problems, so he was dismissed from the university. I'm so sorry, I'm impressed. In his message, he said, 'There is only one way to read'... An arrangement to be made as an amnesty for students has the legs of YÖK, the Ministry of National Education and the AK Party. We are considering all requests in this direction,” he said.
PARLIAMENT WILL WAITING FOR THE RESPONSE OF YÖK
Işık, on the Twitter account of the students waiting for amnesty, said, “I got your message. Let's do a study on this when the parliament opens. I hope we get good results," he wrote.
CHP Sakarya Deputy Engin Özkoç said on Twitter, “I talked to the President of the Commission about student amnesty. He conveyed that they are waiting for the letter from YÖK”, which attracted attention. With the "appropriate" opinion of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, "student amnesty" can be brought to the Parliament's agenda by the Ministry of National Education as a draft law or with a law proposal to be prepared by the AK Party.
Source : officers
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