Thank you Madam Speaker. A very good morning I would like to wish to the honourable adjudicators, precise timekeepers, fellow members of the government, members of the opposition and members of the floor. We are gathered here today to debate on a very important motion that is THBT physically challenged people should not be seperated in schools. And, we, the government strongly back this motion.
To address this motion, please allow me to start off by specifying my role and the role of my fellow members of the government. I, as the Prime Minister, have the main task in hand in which I have to state the motion, which I have already done earlier. Next, I will highlight some of the keywords and define the motion of today’s debate. Following
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the qualification of one being a teacher is already tested before they became teacher. bypassing the test this proves that they have the skills and capability of being a teacher, and why be seperated?. for example, stephen william hawkings, he cant move his whole body, but he still is an inspiriation to all in the field astronomy and lectures people. you need to accept who you are, accept everything about yourself. you are who you are, that’s your beginning and that’s your end. by sharing the same school with normal students, the physical challenged also can have the oppurtunity to learn or at least adapt other alternatives to provide them access to normal education. it doesn’t mean that if a person has a limitation to do something, that person can’t do it at all. let’s put it in a simpler way, if a person is neither deaf nor blind but can not walk, does it mean you cant learn like normal students? for example, nick vujicic is a man without limbs, who only has a foot with two toes, he went to an ordinary school and now he is a succesful motivator. at his early ages he had problems but overcame it by realizing that he was not alone in his struggles and began to embrace his disabilty. he learned to write using two toes on his left foot with a special grip that slid into his big toe. he learned to use a computer and type