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In a new position for teachers and teachers protesting in the province of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region, on Monday, they called on teachers and teachers to return to the classroom while continuing their protest demonstrations on the system of compulsory saving for their salaries.
The new stance of the protesters came at a press conference held Monday evening in Sulaymaniyah on ending the boycott and returning to school, and teachers and teachers were told to return permanently.
The protesters demanded the Kurdistan Regional Government to determine the date of distribution of salaries of employees and to be distributed monthly on schedule and also to find a mechanism to determine how to return the amounts of mandatory savings for staff and to direct this request to the government and the Parliament of Kurdistan.
On the other hand, the Director-General of Sulaymaniyah Sulaimaniya education Dalshad Omar told a news conference on Monday, the dangers of disrupting the educational process in Sulaymaniyah and demanded the teachers to return to the seats and take responsibility for maintaining the process.
A statement by the protesting teachers pointed out that the demonstrations on Tuesday will be before the Sulaymaniyah court.