Video will have been recorded during class, which is illegal. Ventura shared it on his Facebook and triggered a petition to punish the teacher. ON SATURDAY, the party says it does not want to jeopardize the career of any teacher.
“Some members of Chega are neo-Nazis, they are part of the old Nationalist Renovator Party. So there are some neo-Nazis, Chega.” These words are apparently said by a history teacher to his 7th grade students. They appear in a video released on Saturday on the Facebook page of Chega deputy André Ventura.
In the sharing, Chega’s resignation leader and candidate for party leadership, writes: “This is what we have in public education in Portugal. Is this what all Portuguese, including CHEGA supporters, pay taxes for?” Several comments followed against the teacher and his name and school where he teaches is released.
In the middle was also created a petition whose title referred to “we demand punishment from the teacher” with the name and the school where he will teach. The petition that was shared in the comments on André Ventura’s publication is no longer available, but at the end of Monday there were about 230 signatures.
Source: SÁBADO by www.sabado.pt.
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