Oswaldo Zegarra, head of the National Superintendence of Higher University Education (SUNEDU), declared that his supervisory entity does not receive support in defending university reform and took into account President Martin Vizcarra and Prime Minister (Vicente Zeballos) for not express your support.
«We are a little lonely,» said Zegarra, who also said that so far he does not see an action by the executive branch to defend the educational reform that the study supervisory entity has been carrying out. He also recalled that the president announced that one of his legacies will be to have carried out the educational reform; but who does not listen to him openly defend said reform.
On the other hand, the head of SUNEDU mentioned that there is a strong pressure group between lawyers and congressmen against the supervisory entity because they denied university licenses to many institutions. As an example of the attack on the study entity, Zegarra stressed the attack of criticism was also received by Martin Benavidez (his predecessor) who now works from the Education portfolio.
As additional information, it should be noted that on Thursday, June 25, a motion to challenge the Ministry of Education (MINEDU) was presented in parliament. Due to the previous work carried out in which he intervened at the headquarters of the TELESUP University, by the now Minister of Education when he was holder of the SUNEDU.