A Japanese civil servant has been expelled for lying about his education background: university graduation is called high school graduation

Kobe, Japan, said on the 14th that it had fired a civil servant who lied about his education background. He used to work in the water administration bureau and was adopted by senior high school graduates 24 years ago, but was reported to have graduated from university in March this year. According to Asahi Shimbun on the 14th, the man passed the civil service examination for senior high school graduates in 1996 and joined the Kobe water administration in the same year. In 2006, Kobe City found that part of the city’s civil servants lied about their education, and the man was also investigated. Although the government proposed that he could retire early as long as he admitted to it, he still insisted that he was “graduated from high school”. In March this year, someone reported anonymously that he was actually a university graduate. In an investigation, the man said, “when I took the examination, I thought it was OK to graduate from high school or above.”. < / P > < p > the news triggered a heated discussion on the Japanese Internet. One netizen said, “although he lied about his educational background, he has worked for so many years, which shows that his ability is no problem”; another netizen said, “it may not be a problem to lie about his education 24 years ago, but it is wrong for him to ask himself to admit or to conceal on the way”; another netizen said, “it was in 1996 In the year with the largest number of employed people, the competition is extremely fierce. I can understand his mood of lying about his education background and trying to find a job. Media: according to the data of the last two weeks, one person died of the new crown every 15 seconds

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