The Kurdistan region allocates a budget to the Ministry of Education to solve students' problems

Sulaymaniyah-ALSharqiya November 24: Student protests in Sulaymaniyah governorate entered their fourth day, while witnesses said that other areas outside the governorate center recorded gatherings and protests calling for the support of the student segment.
The Education Committee of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament announced the allocation of an immediate budget to the Ministry of Education in the region for the purpose of dissolving the students, with direct follow-up from the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani.
The amounts of support for university students cost the regional government about 35 billion dinars per month, which is directly affected by the delay in federal allocations from Baghdad


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