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The former Minister of Science and Technology sympathizes with the scientists who refused to honor the government

The former Minister of Science and Technology sympathizes with the scientists who refused to honor the government

Jose Israel Vargas said he believed in victory over the enemies of science. “In particular, the current president of the republic, who, like all autocrats, is a traveler, as history shows,” he said.



247 – Former Minister of Science and Technology Jose Israel Vargas on Tuesday (9) issued a letter sympathizing with the scientists who gave up the Medal of Scientific Merit in protest, after Jair Bolsonaro dismissed professionals against using chloroquine against Covid-19 and awarded the honor to himself.

In the document, sent to the president of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC), Luis Davidovich, a former minister during the administrations of Itamar Franco and Fernando Henrique Cardoso, said he believed in victory over the enemies of science. “In particular, the current President of the Republic, who, like all autocrats, is a traveler, as history shows,” declared Israel Vargas.

Read a letter from Academician José Israel Vargas, former Minister of Science and Technology, to the President of ABC:

Dear Professor. Louis Davidovich,

President of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences

As a pro-Minister and Creator of the National Medal of Merit, former President of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and a member of the same organization, I sympathize with the note from my colleague and with the other manifestations of scientists who have renounced the Medal of Merit will certainly return to it in what I hope will be in the near future.

At the same time, I am confident that we will be freed from the enemies of science, especially the current President of the Republic, who, like all authoritarians, is transient, as history shows.

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With heartfelt greetings to colleague,

Jose Israel Vargas

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