Although Victor Ponta formally gave up his title in 2014, he still claims that plagiarism charges are politically motivated.
Armenia’s largest ethnic minority fears the impact of administrative reform on local-language education.
Protest is first full-day strike since Prime Minister Viktor Orban took power in 2010.
Schoolchildren shown video blaming US for corrupting girls, urging boys to marry virgins to avoid being cuckolded.
The pressure group said it documented how Czech authorities were ‘violating the human rights of Romani children in schools across the country.’
Some demonstrators see Viktor Orban's changes to the education system as another unwelcome step increasing direct state control over their lives.
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