Enis Kervan, deputy of the Kosovo Democratic Party of Turkey (KDTP), wrote in the Education Committee of the Kosovo Assembly that Kosovo’s Minister of Education Arbërie Nagavci had submitted a “draft law on textbooks”.
In a post on his social media account, Karavan said: “I thanked Minister Nagavshi and his team for their meaningful work and expressed that I will support the bill with my proposals.
I emphasized the importance of ensuring that the basic rules, standards and procedures for preparing, evaluating and publishing textbooks on an equal footing are in Turkish and Bosnian and are protected under Article 5 of the draft law.
By law, I demanded that these children in Fuştari and other municipalities, where Turks live in fewer numbers, learn Turkish as our mother tongue and Turkish as a middle language, and that this is regulated by law and legal agreements.
However, she stated that Article 6 of the draft law on “preparation of textbooks and educational materials for learning the Albanian language and Albanian culture in the diaspora” should be regulated in the bill. I mentioned that Turks and Bosnians also live in diaspora and abroad, and that our books introducing our language and culture should be offered equally to those who live outside Kosovo.
Finally, I reiterated the demands of the Ashkali, Romani, and Egyptian communities regarding textbooks, which I have expressed many times. I once again stated that the preparation and publication of textbooks containing their cultures and histories should be regulated and protected by law.” He made remarks.
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