The government is preparing to reopen schools that had been closed for nearly two years due to the corona situation on the 02st.
In the first phase, schools with a limit of 200 children will be opened.
However, the teachers' and principals' unions had previously stated that they were not ready to end the teachers' strike.
Although a meeting of teachers' unions was held under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister, a permanent solution to this crisis could not be found.
The teachers' unions say that they will be given until the 21st to grant these trade union rights.
Meanwhile, the Development Officers' Service Union had issued a media statement stating that instead of providing solutions to the problems of teachers, the government is preparing to start schools by employing other public servants in schools.
They point out that although an acceptable solution to teacher problems should be provided before Oct. 21 and Oct. 21 schools should be reopened, it could be problematic for the government to start schools with the help of trainee graduates without doing so.
The government has previously recruited trainee graduates into the public service as development officers and many of them work in government institutions, including the Divisional Secretariats.