Summer vacation for primary and secondary schools starts on Monday, June 10. Students and teaching staff are typically off between eight and nine week.
Summer break is approximately 2 to 3 months, with students typically finishing the school year in mid-June (June 10) and starting the new year in early-September.
As many as 270,000 primary and secondary school students are finishing the school year.
The ninth-graders can apply to high school in June enrollment period – 17 and 18 June – and 24 and 25 June in the second enrollment period for school year 2019/2020.
The high school students will be required to pass two high school graduation test later in June before enrolling in university or college in August.
No-decision could bring down the government, says Zaev
Further delay to opening EU accession negotiations could bring down the government, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has said in Vienna, according to Tanjug news agency. “North Macedonia has no other alternative,” Serbian agency quotes Zaev as saying.
“There is no alternative. If EU postpones further a decision on the opening of accession talks, we won’t give up on our European path. EU is our future,” Zaev has said.
He added that in case of delay or no-decision, the government might fall, but that another government would come in its place to continue the European path.
“Because of EU we have changed the country’s name, we struck agreements with Greece and Bulgaria, we improved the relations with other neighbors. I believe that the EU motivates us to continue working and achieve even greater success,” Zaev.said.
Opposition mulls pension hike bill
Today, the parliamentary group of VMRO-DPMNE and Coalition has formally launched a bid to amend the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance, seeking reinstitution of old legislation which resulted in pension hikes, VMRO-DPMNE’s legislator Sladjana Mitovska said on Wednesday.
The lawmakers of the opposition VMRO-DPMNE party and its allies have announced a bill with the intention of increasing pensions of all retirees.
“The bill also seeks to amend the Pension Insurance Act, to repeal the existing law enforced by SDSM at retirees’ expense considering the fact that over 310,000 retirees are no longer entitled to DEN500 increase.
“The bill is to amend the existing law and reinstate the previous one. Pensioners deserve living a dignified life and right to access life necessities,” the MP said.
Day of Macedonian Revolutionary Struggle a non-working day
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy announced on Wednesday that October 23, the Day of the Macedonian Revolutionary Struggle is a non-working day for all citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia.
The Day of the Macedonian Revolutionary Struggle is a national holiday which is celebrated on October 23.
In 2007 the holiday was voted into law as a new national holiday. It is a non-working day.
The holiday is celebrated on the occasion of the formation of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (VMRO). On October 23, 1893 six young men gathered at the home of bookstore owner Ivan Hadzi Nikolov in Thessaloniki to set up the basis which would later become a symbol of struggle for Macedonian freedom.
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