The Center for Progress makes an action together with Civil Movements and Youth of Political Parties in Front of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia on the problem of 76 000 suspended students.

“If the goal was not to really hurt young people and get an education, it would be included in the anti-crisis plan, this is not a new problem,” said Maka Tokhishvili, representative of the Center for Progress on the Mtavari Channel.