Moroccan medical students have been on strike for nearly two months to protest against a range of important issues including the privatization of medical education and services.
On Monday at the House of Representatives, Amzazi said that the Ministry of Education has taken the necessary measures to make up for the time that medical students missed during the continuous strikes.
He added that the ministry has decided on the dates of exams.
During the session for MP’s questions at the House of Representatives, the minister said that the exams will take place in accordance with the decided schedule.
“Those who will take the exams are are welcome, and those who will miss it should shoulder their responsibility,” said Amzazi.
On Sunday, the medical students decided to continue their strike and not to attend lectures or training at medical centers.
The students have been on strike for two months now to protest several issues, including the privatization of medical education and services, the need for enhancing the training conditions for medical students, and the need for necessary medical equipment in training spaces.
Despite several rounds of talks, medical students are still insisting that they will not return to their studies.