A number of MPs in the lower house of parliament want to overturn an ordinance issued earlier by the Education Ministry that limits eligibility for social benefits for students. According to the ordinance, only high school students are eligible for social benefits, which studying, for example, at a conservatory is no longer recognized. MPs led by the Social Democrat Vlasta Bohdalová, want to introduce an amendment that would reverse the ordinance, and return social benefits eligibility for students to a wider student population.
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