Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui chaired Sunday a broadened inter-ministerial council devoted to the examination of the preparations for the return to work and school after the summer break, in which he stressed “the importance of this rendezvous and the need for all people’s mobilization for its success, notably in the country’s current situation and which requires combining and increasing efforts,” said a communiqué of the Prime Minister’s Office.
More than 695 new schools, including 452 primary schools, 144 middle schools and 99 high schools, in addition to 273 new dining halls, will be commissioned in the next school year.
Concerning the new university year, the sector of Higher Education and Scientific Research will be strengthened with more than 62,000 new pedagogical seats and more than 31,000 new beds for students, bringing thereby the overall accommodation capacity to more than 658,000 beds.
The sector of Vocational Training and Education, at total of 24 new training centers, with a capacity of more than 15,000 trainees, will enter into service.
The same source underlined that “Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui chaired on Sunday 14 July 2019 a broadened inter-ministerial Council devoted to the examination of the preparations for the newt social season, including those relating to the beginning of the new pedagogical year, in which they exposed the measures taken by 17 ministerial sectors, the ministers who presented their progress reports concerning these preparations, notably the implementation of the decisions taken during the two ministerial meetings held on 23 April and 19 May 2019 concerning the same issue.”
Prime minister stressed “the importance of this rendezvous and the need for all people’s mobilization for its success, notably in the situation country is experiencing and which requires increasing and combining efforts, particularly the new school year which constitutes the first priority in the current phase, pointing out the need to remove all hindrances and remedy inadequacies in time.”
He decided “to attach a big interest to people with specific needs by increasing the level of care to pupils with specific needs to ensure the same schooling chances.”
The public authorities’ efforts for the strengthening of educational infrastructures culminated in the construction of several facilities.
In this regard, Bedoui instructed Ministers of Interior and Labour to review the mechanisms of involving small and medium-sized companies, created under the different youth employment support programmes, in the performance of these services and the involvement of local authorities, notably by implementing new regulatory framework relating to the delegations of public service.
It was also decided to make dialogue with the different social partners in all fields prevail, to activate local action mechanisms through ground visits by all sectors and to take immediate measures to deal with the concerns of citizens and operators at the national level.
Concerning the current season’s harvesting campaign; Prime minister gave instructions to deal immediately with the concerns of the farmers concerning the facilitation of the wheat storage operations.