AKIPRESS.COM - MP Ainura Osmonova (SDPK) has asked the government to finish construction of a school and a kindergarten in villages of Suzak district.
Thus, construction of the school started in Kurmanbek rural municipality, Suzak district, in 2002, but then halted, she said.
Villagers raised funds in 2013-2015 and built the roof themselves. Then 18 million soms were allocated in 2017 to finish construction, but the school still remains unbuilt. Construction of a canteen and a gym is needed. 18 million soms more need to be financed to finish construction and to provide furniture, the MP said.
A kindergarten in Kogart rural municipality remains unbuilt as well, the MP said.
“3 million soms were allocated, the basement was built and construction ended on that. The funding was not provided then. A house is rented now where only 60 children can be admitted instead of the kindergarten,” she said.
A new school should be built in Uch-Malai village. The current school was built in 1949 and it is in a very bad condition. The school is attended by 110 students. More than 100 children have to travel to Kok-Jangak town. The village needs a school for 250 students, the MP said.
The lawmaker has asked the government to provide funding to finish construction of these educational facilities.