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Thursday, May 23 2019 @ 11:45 PM UTC

Education Minister Says It Would Be A "Crime" To Make Kids Stay Home

Schools & Education"Why do we hurt the kids? Sometimes I do not understand", said Education Minister Lucy Molinar on Thursday, reacting to an announcement made by the Indian Coordinator, who said they are analyzing the possibility of not sending their children to school on Monday, 27 February 2012. Molinar said this would be a "crime" and she said the students would be affected more than the government. "Besides the fact that we do not have the quality (of education) that we would like them to have, on top of that were are going to punish them by leaving them at home," she said. She said in addition to sending a negative message that they cannot find solutions in a "civilized manner" in education, the hours lost are difficult to retrieve. (Telemetro)

Editor's Comment: The school year starts in Panama on Monday, 27 February 2012, and the protesting Indians said they might order their children to stay at home. Smart. That'll teach Martinelli a thing or two... (what?)

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