The Education Minister must be silenced, what he has just said is very serious!




The Education Minister, Fethi Sellaouti, is very talkative, as is one of the pastors, Neji Jalloul. But the latter at least controlled all its files and almost never missed its target. The problem when we talk a lot is that we accidentally intrude on untruths. This may not affect an ordinary citizen, but if you are a minister, the consequences are dire. The most serious is the discredit and disgrace it throws on the public word, in a context of demonetizing the leaders who lead us.

The minister had leaked the case of this doctor who allegedly grafted headphones onto a student to help him overcome the baccalaureate hurdle without incident. Obviously Fethi Sellaouti hadn’t studied his file properly since standing in front of the tolet, especially the… broca doctors, the minister recoils and slurs tastelessly and publicly into apologies. †Guilt known is half recovered”, they say. But for a man of his rank and with the human resources at his disposal, in his office and his department, the price cannot be the same. When 95% of the education budget – the largest ministerial envelope – is spent on salaries and bonuses, Fethi Sellaouti can easily find someone in his department who gives him the right information!

But the minister has since moved on, due to the exponential rise in baccalaureate fraud attempts. According to Fethi Sellaouti (after the pinna transplant affair we are forced to take a few tweezers with what he says):there are gangs operating in tunisia and abroad to provide these earphones that help cheatThe minister announced this on a private radio on Wednesday, June 15. You just have to hope that he doesn’t come back tonight or tomorrow to tell us that he screwed up and that making mistakes is human after all. But for now we stick to what he says…

He added that the famous cheat kits travel illegally through a neighboring country – which country? Libya, Morocco, Algeria? – to land in Tunisia. Fethi Sellaouti indicated that his department has its own anti-fraud units. †We are still trying to infiltrate these networks. We have known for months that a major operation has been concocted by these networks… We have seized glasses, pins, pens and watches equipped with cameras to communicate the subjects of the exams outside the room“unpacked the minister…

Well, I’ll let you comment on this incredible affair and these revelations worthy of a science fiction movie. My question is one that our readers are sure to ask: if Fethi Sellaouti has such an armada to cross swords against fraudsters, why are there more than before (over 1000 cases of fraud just for the first five days? of the bac, double the cases registered according to the minister in the same period last year)?

Another conundrum: If Sellaouti’s services have known this for months, why are we still talking about it? Why didn’t they do what it took to nip in the bud a disastrous project for Tunisia’s reputation and honor, especially those running it?

One of two things: either the minister is vastly exaggerating — as with this atrial transplant story that will follow him for a long time to come — to increase alleged efforts to pass the most popular national exam; either what he says is true and in this case the remarkable incompetence of his teams calls for firm and immediate action…

From this point of view, what we see is a communication that is absolutely untapped, that says too much or too little, and the only result of which is unnecessarily agitating public opinion and frightening the candidates for the tank who walk straight . Indeed, all these sounds only devalue and devalue a little more, in Tunisia but especially abroad, a diploma whose rating is inexorably falling, both in the level of the pupils’ pupils and those who train them – we can don’t forget – drops…

Mr. Minister, it would be nice if you next time come with practical solutions, tangible results and above all concrete answers to stop the descent into the hell of public schools. It would be much better than these endless complaints that don’t advance the files one iota and only accentuate a psychosis that slowly consumes the little faith in the police…




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