School uniform controversy | A school uniform debate

School uniform controversy | A school uniform debate


– Skirts for girls and, probably, some suits for guys, some, I dont’ know, shits, erm… some skirts, and it’s not so much, it’s not so expensive! and all the families can afford that! – OK, erm… I want to come back, about the effective, yes, you’ve told about the new productive, about the new…, from but do you think that it will be economically good, because we don’t have our own materials, and we should be them from another…
[THE OPPONENT INTERRUPTING]
– Who told you we don’t have our own materials! We have really strong agricultural economy
[PUBLIC UTTERLY ASTONISHED]
We have everything we need: cotton, we can produce our own product,
and it’s gonna be very good. – But what about design? I saw our Belarusian uniform because I graduated from school not many years ago and I saw that, and I dodn’t like their Belarusian design (right?) of the school uniforms, and I prefer not our producers, because it’s not really nice.
– But time changes, and you dont’ really know what is going on in the market, right now, right? So, probably, there is, like, new designers which appear in the country, and their clothes is really fashionable! – I don’t think so because …
[OPPONENT INTERRUPTING]
– You don’t know for sure, but I’d tell you [PUBLIC LAUGHING] I have this sort of information, because I’ve been really thinking a lot about the project, and yeah, we’ve created really good uniform, trust me! [PUBLIC LAUGHING OUTLOUD]
– It’s quality is undoubtable, there are no doubts. – Oh, it looks like some of our national entrepreneurs: ‘Trust me’, ‘Give me money’, and then ‘That’s all’! – Manipulation! – Give me money, trust, please! – I have some foundaation, and I’m…
– So, … OK, I understand So, in conclusion, I think, we told, and, …
if you want to [to be continued]

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