The students are moderately interested in the Parliament and mildly optimistic in respect of its efficiency A few minutes before the elections for the Students’ Parliament were concluded, it was unusually lively at the Faculty of Electric Engineering. There was the queue in front of the voting posts. The fliers with pre-electoral promises (the fair […]

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