GUG “questions Pulse’s claims over its recognition at Gozo 6th Form”

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GUG "questions Pulse’s claims over recognition at Gozo 6th Form"The Gozo University Group, in a statement today said that it “questions Pulse’s claims that it says it the first student organisation having been recognised by the Sir M.A Refalo 6th Form administration.”

GUG added that “it has been active in the school for the past 27 years representing the sole interest of the student themselves without any partisan intensions, since GUG has been, and will remain on being, a non-political organisation.”

Furthermore GUG said it “questions the real scope of Pulse in Gozo, mainly their primary intentions and if they are leading on for the best of the students’ interests and quality of education; two aims which GUG as a non-political student organisation, has been working for the past years.”

GUG stated that “through its work, both at Sir. M.A. Refalo and the University of Malta, GUG in the past years has barely had support from Pulse in its work in ameliorating the life of Gozitan students in Gozo and in Malta on issues such as the option to have examinations in Gozo or the public transport system.”

GUG concluded by saying that it “further questions the way students were chosen to form part of Pulse and how the ‘event’ at the school was orchestrated, as this was not discussed during school council and many students remained uninformed about the event.”

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