The Education and Culture Ministry’s Higher Education directorate general issued a circular on Friday calling on university students not to take part in protests related to the controversial Job Creation Law and asking university leaders to promote the newly passed law.
“Considering the latest situation regarding the issuance of the Job Creation Law, we appeal to university students not to take part in any protest that could endanger the students’ health and safety during the pandemic,” the letter, signed by Higher Education director general Nizam, read.
The letter also asked university leaders to help promote the content of the jobs law and encourage academic studies of the law.
“Thoughts and aspirations from campuses should be conveyed to the government and the House in a polite manner,” the letter continued.
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It also instructed lecturers not