Providing free computers for low-income students
Providing free computers for low-income students

5 MPs intend to submit a proposal urgently at the deputies' session tomorrow, Tuesday, calling on the Ministry of Education to provide laptops to students with limited income, free of charge.

 

One of the most prominent sponsors of the proposal, the Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Ali Zayed, said that the proposal came after the circumstances were difficult for parents to create appropriate conditions for their children to keep pace with the beginning of the school year, which requires remote study, as the number of students in some families reaches 5 students and it is very difficult to Their families bear these large expenses.

In addition to Zayed, the proposal was signed by MP Ahmad Al-Ansari, Abdul Razzaq Hattab, Mohammed Bouhamoud, and Basem Al-Maliki.

The explanatory memorandum of the proposal affirmed that education is a constitutional right for all citizens, and the Ministry of Education has a duty to provide the infrastructure to achieve this by responding to the parliamentary desire that expresses popular demands, and the intense contacts received by members of Parliament demanding solutions through cooperation between the two authorities in order for a period to pass. Coronavirus without disrupting the educational process.