Taking to social media, MCAST student and Swieqi Local Council Jordan Galea Pace announced that the MCAST directive has been suspended.
The students were protesting the directives which would see marks of assignments and exams withheld due to no collective agreement between MUT and the government being struck.
Galea Pace, who, along with other students, has been campaigning for the past few weeks to get the directives removed and the relevant entities to discuss the collective agreement, posted to social media, saying:
‘Thank you to every student who voiced their opinion and involved themselves. Thank you to the government and the MUT who heard the plea by students as they demand their results. And thank you to the Opposition which spoke out on the first day and joined us in the protest.’