Suriname’s schools shops and gas stations reopened this Monday as part of the return to normality after the protests registered last Friday in which more than 100 people were arrested.
Suriname authorities detain protest participants
Surinamese President Chandrikapersad Santokhi said in a statement that “we made this decision because our economy cannot be allowed to continue to stand still.”
For her part the Minister of Education Marie Levens Diaz&Forti specified that this Monday only teachers will attend educational centers in order to organize and prepare the classrooms for the return of students this Tuesday.
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