Proposal for referendum on textbook bill was submitted to Parliament


The citizens’ initiative “Textbooks and teaching must exist” again submitted an initiative to the Parliament to call a referendum for citizens to vote on the bill on digital textbooks and teaching materials in primary and secondary education after the initiative was rejected for the first time.

On Tuesday, in front of the regional units of the SEC, the initiators collected about 300 signatures that are enough to submit the proposal to the legislature.

Initiative’s representative DraganaSpasevska stated that they want a direct and immediate expression of the will of the citizens for the proposed law and she hopes that this time the initiative is in accordance with the Law on Referendum and will be accepted.

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