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Will it open again? The Administrative Court takes the decision on the Turkish college "Mehmet Akif"
Written by SOT.COM.AL 7 Tetor 2022
Mehmet Akif Turkish College will continue to be closed and will not open its doors to students. The Government's decision was upheld by the Administrative Court, which overthrew the panel and did not accept the request for lawsuit insurance, a request which, if it had been accepted, would have made it possible to continue the lesson until a final decision of the Court.
Mehmet Akif Turkish College was decided to close by a government decision. The students of the Turkish college Mehmet Akif protested against the government's decision to revoke the license with the argument that the new building in Mezes started classes without being certified by the ministry. The Turkish director of the college cast doubts that this is due to repeated requests from Erdogan, while the Ministry of Education denied these hints, taking over the transfer of students to other schools. Prime Minister Edi Rama said that the law has been implemented and that the schoolgirls should protest the owners.
The majority and the opposition clashed over the decision to close the Turkish college 'Mehmet Akif'. Prime Minister Edi Rama clarified that the decision was taken after they sold the building where they had the school activity permit and opened the activity without obtaining the permit according to the law.