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Dookun-Luchoomun Confirms Attempt To Access Questionnaires

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Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun spoke on the budget this morning. Her speech preceded that of Steven Obeegadoo. The Prime Minister will be the last speaker before the Minister of Finance closes the proceedings. While accusing the opposition of sensationalism, the Minister of Education confirmed that attempts have been made to access national examination papers. Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun, however, stressed that the MES leadership reacted immediately. However, she said that the opposition was wrong to claim that there were leaks. This has sown doubt in the minds of students, she said. For her, this is unacceptable. She assured that the sensitive information about the questionnaires is stored in a safe place.

The minister clarify the controversy surrounding a possible leak of the Primary School Achievement Certificate (PSAC) tests, the Minister reassured that the MoES has already made the necessary arrangements with possible modifications.

Leela Devi Dookhun Luchoomun mentioner that “We haven’t even sent the information to England, where the papers are printed “. She also added: “How can he say that there was a leak of the PSAC tests and that students took the exams in August? Has he thought about the children? He wanted to create doubt in people’s minds and I think that’s terrible.”

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