Because of its high fees, the parking of schools in Mecca is free of teachers ’cars, and it is prolonged

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The Director of Education demanded the “Secretariat” to give them the ability to park for free in appreciation of their role

With the start of the second semester, a number of employees of Al-Masfalah neighborhood schools in Makkah were forced to stop their vehicles away from their schools, to escape the parking fees imposed on them by the Municipality of the Holy City after those positions were subject to fees throughout official working hours.

The teachers said in a complaint it had received “previously”: We were surprised when returning from the mid-term leave of the first semester of giving car violations to park them next to the schools whose parking spaces were subject to fees in exchange for parking vehicles in them; we were not forced to stop our vehicles away from our schools, and attend by other means of transport, while they had to Some have to park their vehicles inside the schoolyard, in addition to some of them having to pay a fee of 210 riyals, which is a monthly subscription in exchange for standing next to his school.

The teachers demanded that they be excluded from these fees, which cost them enormous sums throughout the school year.

The Director of Education in the Makkah Region, Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Zaidi, had previously asked the Holy Capital Secretariat to grant teachers the ability to park for free in paid school parking lots, after they were subjected to fees in exchange for parking their vehicles during the official working hours.

In his letter to the Mayor of the Holy City, Al-Zaidi said that the absence of free parking near schools will incur teachers from the hassle of walking a long distance or paying parking fines or fees, demanding that they be given free parking, in appreciation of them and in gratitude for what they offer to our male and female students and in appreciation of their role And their lofty message.

During the first semester, “Previously” had published a news entitled “Teachers complain about paid parking for their cars in the schools of Mecca”, in which a number of teachers in five schools in Makkah al-Mukarramah complained of imposing fees on them in the parking spaces designated for their schools, at a value of 210 riyals Monthly, in exchange for stopping their vehicles for all hours of the school day, amid a complaint about this procedure.

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Because of its high fees, the parking of schools in Mecca is devoid of teachers ’cars and demands for exemption

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With the start of the second semester, a number of employees of Al-Masfalah neighborhood schools in Makkah were forced to stop their vehicles away from their schools, to escape the parking fees imposed on them by the Municipality of the Holy City after those positions were subject to fees throughout official working hours.

The teachers said in a complaint it had received “previously”: We were surprised when returning from the mid-term leave of the first semester of giving car violations to park them next to the schools whose parking spaces were subject to fees in exchange for parking vehicles in them; we were not forced to stop our vehicles away from our schools, and attend by other means of transport, while they had to Some have to park their vehicles inside the schoolyard, in addition to some of them having to pay a fee of 210 riyals, which is a monthly subscription in exchange for standing next to his school.

The teachers demanded that they be excluded from these fees, which cost them enormous sums throughout the school year.

The Director of Education in the Makkah Region, Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Zaidi, had previously asked the Holy Capital Secretariat to grant teachers the ability to park for free in paid school parking lots, after they were subjected to fees in exchange for parking their vehicles during the official working hours.

In his letter to the Mayor of the Holy City, Al-Zaidi said that the absence of free parking near schools will incur teachers from the hassle of walking a long distance or paying parking fines or fees, demanding that they be given free parking, in appreciation of them and in gratitude for what they offer to our male and female students and in appreciation of their role And their lofty message.

During the first semester, “Previously” had published a news entitled “Teachers complain about paid parking for their cars in the schools of Mecca”, in which a number of teachers in five schools in Makkah al-Mukarramah complained of imposing fees on them in the parking spaces designated for their schools, at a value of 210 riyals Monthly, in exchange for stopping their vehicles for all hours of the school day, amid a complaint about this procedure.

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The Director of Education demanded the “Secretariat” to give them the ability to park for free in appreciation of their role

With the start of the second semester, a number of employees of Al-Masfalah neighborhood schools in Makkah were forced to stop their vehicles away from their schools, to escape the parking fees imposed on them by the Municipality of the Holy City after those positions were subject to fees throughout official working hours.

The teachers said in a complaint it had received “previously”: We were surprised when returning from the mid-term leave of the first semester of giving car violations to park them next to the schools whose parking spaces were subject to fees in exchange for parking vehicles in them; we were not forced to stop our vehicles away from our schools, and attend by other means of transport, while they had to Some have to park their vehicles inside the schoolyard, in addition to some of them having to pay a fee of 210 riyals, which is a monthly subscription in exchange for standing next to his school.

The teachers demanded that they be excluded from these fees, which cost them enormous sums throughout the school year.

The Director of Education in the Makkah Region, Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Zaidi, had previously asked the Holy Capital Secretariat to grant teachers the ability to park for free in paid school parking lots, after they were subjected to fees in exchange for parking their vehicles during the official working hours.

In his letter to the Mayor of the Holy City, Al-Zaidi said that the absence of free parking near schools will incur teachers from the hassle of walking a long distance or paying parking fines or fees, demanding that they be given free parking, in appreciation of them and in gratitude for what they offer to our male and female students and in appreciation of their role And their lofty message.

During the first semester, “Previously” had published a news entitled “Teachers complain about paid parking for their cars in the schools of Mecca”, in which a number of teachers in five schools in Makkah al-Mukarramah complained of imposing fees on them in the parking spaces designated for their schools, at a value of 210 riyals Monthly, in exchange for stopping their vehicles for all hours of the school day, amid a complaint about this procedure.

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