New Ireland: Education at Primary level to be mandatory

New Ireland Governor, Sir Julius Chan says parents who hold backtheir children from attending Primary Education should be punished.

Sir Julius says early education at Primary level is mandatory.

Sir Julius isthe country’s first ever Finance Minister, initiator ofthe Kina and Toea and Founder ofthe People’s Progress Party andthe man responsible for Free Education in New Ireland.

Party Leader and New Ireland Governor, Sir Juilus outlined his Provincial plan saying this country must be fixed fromthe bottom up and notthe top down.

New Ireland is a PPP Province and all three members of Parliament are members of PPP.

One ofthe main priorities ofthe Governor throughthe Party is that School attendance at Primary Level will be mandatory for every child in New Ireland and no child will be left behind.

Any parent holdingtheir child out of school will be charged and punished and this Sir Julius says should be national policy over time along with Free Education.

Sir Julius says whilethe national level needs to be fixed, he believesthe Government under Prime Minister Peter O’Neil is truly dedicated to makingthe national level work.

Futhermorethere will be Health care for all mthers and children will be free of charge withthe reopening of all closed aid posts while building more in New Ireland.

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