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Young Socialists Totana claims that the PP has raised rates for the entrance examination to the University


"Every second degree student must pay a minimum of 140 euros, which is discrimination against those living in households with less resources, and a new attack on students "

Socialist Youth of Totana (JST) reported that the Party "is forcing families and students to pay up to a total of 140 euros to make Selectivity".

From the youth organization said the rise of over 12% of fees for the entrance examination to the University (PAU) by the Ministry of Education.

"With this increase, every second of high school student must pay at least 140 euros over these tests to" note from JST, for whom this rise "is another example of the lack of sensitivity of the regional government of the PP, does not believe in equality of opportunity in the right to education ".

Meanwhile, JST emphasizes that the regional government "discriminates against people with fewer resources, which in many cases can not pay the fees to get your deserved access to the University."

"The PP will get through this unfair to make a selection which marginalizes families with fewer resources," he added.

Finally, JST requested the PP to rectify and return the increasing rate of the PAU "that is accessible to all young people, regardless of their economic status."

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