Continuing disagreement between students and Piñeira
September 3, 2011
The government offered budgetary changes system ones.Camila Vallejo, spokesman for the National Confederation of Students in Chile announced that the protests will continue until there is a concrete answer: “This instance does not mean that westrip off the movement.”The meeting held this afternoon after three months of protest for free education and quality did not reach a successful outcome for students. Protests continue despite the government’s half-hearted attempts to reach an agreement.For his part, Education Minister Felipe Bulnes, said it was ”an open instance and conditions are to begin to work on Monday” in the solutions that “allow us to unlock the conflict.” The government reiterated that is “available” to “make a significant increase in regard to the education budget.”
On Monday the government will give proposals in order to unlock the student conflict and in response to the 12 points that students gave to the executive regarding such topics as the purpose of gainin education and shared financing.