Elected President Jair Bolsonaro today criticized the exams of national universities (ENEM) and considered the test yesterday (4) as "vexame" and "exacerbated indokrination". In an interview with television journalist José Luiz Datena, Bolsonaro said that the ideological question is in a country that needs to be addressed.
"Even worse than corruption is the ideological question in Brazil that some of us here deeply rooted in our country, and you have to fight against it.Under the evidence of Enem itself, it is a shame to see what proof of an Enem that measures knowledge, such as the first part, which took place last Sunday, a deterioration of indoctrination, "Bolsonaro said.
The president also said that Enem should collect "useful knowledge" for society instead of addressing issues that could affect young people in the future. "The question of evidence that enters into dialectics, in the secret language of homosexuals and transvestites, has nothing in common, does not measure any knowledge, and to make sure that children are interested in the subject in the future," he said.
Earlier, Federal Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro (PSL) also criticized Exam. In his Twitter account, a sympathetic president's son shared a pejorative commentary on one of the issues of "secret dialects" used by homosexuals and transvestites. "Notice that there is no need for the Minister of Education to know about the transvestite or feminist vocabulary," wrote Eduardo Bolsonaro.
This question, however, did not account for the students' knowledge of gay and transvestite vocabulary but contained a supporting text on the subject and questioned the technical characteristics of the language being considered a dialect.
Note that there is no need for the Minister of Education to know about a travesticist vocabulary or feminism. pic.twitter.com/hCeTRVx7su
– Eduardo Bolsonaro 17 (@BolsonaroSP) November 5, 2018
The Deputy also invited students to study what would suit them. "Dear students when you are in a job interview or open a warning plan: sexuality, feminism, transvestite language, machismo, etc. They will have little or no meaning, so also read what will make you feel alive," wrote Eduardo Bolsonaro.
The representative also shares a post that he calls Enem "bizarre" and supports the approval of a project that wants to set up a school without a party.
The test, which was applied yesterday (4), had questions of language, human sciences, and writing that dealt with issues such as human rights, racism, military dictatorship and violence against women. The theme of the essay was "Manipulating User Behavior Using Data Control on the Internet". The content of the test had good consequences between experts and teachers.
The next day of Enema's proof will be held next Sunday (11). In the second step students will be asked about natural sciences and mathematics.
Edition: Sabrina Craide