We got a promise from Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski that the adopted amendments to the Law on Higher Education will be stopped at the next session of the Assembly, says Hristijan Davidovik, one of the representatives of “Student plenum” after the sudden meeting in the office of Prime Minister Gruevski.

“Student plenum” confirms they agreed the state exam for students to be postponed for a year, while the other amendments to the Law on Higher Education to be postponed for two years.

– At today’s meeting, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski accepted our demands for a moratorium on amendments to the Law on Higher Education. We agreed to set up working groups with all concerned parties as soon as possible in order to work on preparing a new law on higher education or on changing the existing – says Hristijan Davidovik, one of the representatives of “Student plenum” at the meeting in the office of Prime Minister.

However, the official profiles of “Student plenum” on “Twitter” and “Facebook” read:
“Today nothing was agreed, but the Prime Minister came out with an offer. All students will decide together if they should accept it!”

Apart from the two representatives of “Student plenum”, Professor Gordana Siljanovska- Davkova, Minister of Education Abdilakim Ademi, Deputy Minister Spiro Ristovski, rector of UKIM Velimir Stojkovski, the two vice-rectors, deans of the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Economy and several university senators also attended the meeting.