Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Bělobrádek has called for the Czech government to take a stand over the clean out of schools and universities being undertaken in Turkey following the failed coup last weekend. The leader of the Christian Democrats said he wanted the issue discussed at the next Cabinet meeting scheduled for Wednesday. According to reports out of Turkey around 22,000 teachers have been sacked from their jobs in the state sector and around the same had had their teaching permits withdrawn in the private sector. The Czech University Council on Friday expressed its solidarity with higher education institutions in Turkey and compared the clean out to events which took place under Communism in former Czechoslovakia.
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