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Publishers accuse Education Ministry of directing Insults at them

Published: July 4, 2013 | 8:48 am
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Publishing companies are accusing the Education Ministry of directing insulting remarks at them. It has come to TV3’s attention that 18 publishers are currently drafting a letter of complaint. The head of the publishing company Intellect Kakha Kudava has stated that he had written to the Prime Minister a month ago, requesting a detailed explanation for being left out of the project to print the free school textbooks, but claims to have had insults directed at him by the Education Ministry in response. The head of Intellect alleges that the Ministry had labelled the publishers as a mechanism of discrimination and terror for the schoolchildren and their parents. The publishers are demanding a public apology, while the Education Ministry has denied making any insulting statements, saying that they do not make use of such rude remarks, regardless of whether or not these actually apply to anyone.

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