A Xanthi deputy from the Radical Left coalition, Syriza, Greece’s main opposition party, Hüseyin Zeybek, has brought the certificate equivalency problems faced by students educated at Imam Hatip high schools in Turkey to the Hellenic Parliament.
In his parliamentary question addressed to the Greek Ministry of Education and Religions, Zeybek stated that students who continue their education in Imam Hatip secondary and secondary schools in Turkey or who return to Greece after completing their education have been subjected to grievances due to problems. that they face with regard to diploma equivalency documents.
Hussein Zybek included the following questions in the proposal:
Are you thinking of taking the initiative to create the conditions and method for Imam Al-Khatib secondary schools to obtain equivalence of certificates and harmonize general education degrees in the country?
Do you intend to take the initiative to create the conditions and the way in which the imam al-khatib secondary schools operating abroad can at least fit into the educational titles of the religious schools in the country?
Although there are many applications for equivalency certificates and students graduating from these educational institutions are in trouble, what is the reason for maintaining this legal void?
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