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Source: Chamber of Deputies of Chile

After four months of work, the commission that investigated the acts of public bodies related to the current financial situation of the University of the Pacific voted the report that achieved a consensus writing in most of its paragraphs and that contains the conclusions of its work together to recommendations.

Both the ruling party and the opposition coincide in a criticism of the actions of the National Education Council (CNED), which managed to reverse the decision of the National Accreditation Commission (CNA) not to renew the accreditation of this house of studies.

For the president of the instance, deputy Gonzalo Winter (IND), although the CNA did not give the necessary alarms in the face of the crisis of the university, at least it does not grant the accreditation. “But the CNED reverses that decision and convinces the accreditation committee with things that are beyond logic,” he said.

Faced with this, the agency agreed to point out the need for political responsibility to be assumed by the CNED members who promoted this change.

Faced with the role of the Ministry of Education in this conflict, the members of the commission had different views. On the one hand, the deputy Winter said that if the portfolio, during the previous government, “had started the investigation as soon as it had the background that was already discussed in the CNA and in the Council, we could have been ahead of this crisis and not let the Ortúzar family will take all the money. “

In addition, it was criticized that the Division of Higher Education will take action before the appointment of a closing administrator.

Against this, the deputy

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