Owners of private buses in North Macedonia close important streets in the city to traffic because of the debts of Skopje Metropolitan Municipality to them.
He stated that the number of students in the schools of the capital, Skopje, decreased by half as private bus owners protested.
The private bus owners’ strike nearly halved the number of students in secondary schools. While 20% of the students were absent from the Butel municipality’s “Arseni Jovkov” vocational school, the previous day’s absenteeism was set at 50%, while 122 out of 228 students were absent. Deputy Principal Alma Tucchi said that students from the villages of Harachina, Hasanbek and Saray municipality were the most affected.
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