Turkey avoids direct fight over controversial education bill

06/3/2004 | Kathimerini (Greece)

The Turkish government announced it will introduce a new reform bill to replace one vetoed by the president last week which would have made it easier for students from religious schools to attend college. Secularists feared the original bill would have increased the influence of Islam in the state education system.

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