The students used art to express the pressure they felt in the university halls.
Graduation through bribery, shattered dreams, and blind justice in the face of corruption.
These are the challenges that students face on a daily basis while they pursue education.
As the government’s anti-corruption coordinator, the Ministry of Justice acknowledges the problem in education, but also the impossibility of providing fast answers.
In this context, they see as a danger the fact that officials dismissed from the justice system by the judiciary reform have been engaged as professors in universities.
The situation in the pre-university system is even more concerning, with 68 out of 243 school principals continuing to work despite failing a skill-testing exam.