Results of tests in ballot boxes informed by the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and the dismissal of coach Renato Gaúcho do Flamengo are among the highlights of this Monday night (29).
Tests on electronic voting machines
The Superior Electoral Court (TSE) reported that no attack on electronic voting machines was successful. The president of the court, Minister Luis Roberto Barroso, said 29 attacks were carried out in the sixth public test. Of these, five passed through the security barrier, but none posed a risk.
This Monday (29).
The measure is an attempt to prevent the spread of the new Ômicron variant, discovered on the African continent.
The results of the National Secondary Education Examination (Eenem) will be released on February 11th. The information came from the president of Inep, Danilo Dupas.
According to the Ministry of Education, this year’s edition registered 70.1% of those registered.
Twitter CEO resigns
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey resigned this Monday (29). Dorsey was one of the founders of the social network in 2006.
The company’s board of directors approved the name of Parag Agrawal, who served as the company’s chief technology officer, to take over the post.
Renato Gaucho’s Dismissal
Flamengo’s coach, Renato Gaúcho, was fired this Monday (29), after the team’s defeat against Palmeiras during the Libertadores final.
Gaucho was hired in July and leaves the club with less than six months of work and without winning titles.
Reference: CNN Brasil