After completing two years as a Brazilian president on Saturday (12), President Michel Temer used Twitter to send a message on his government. He said he took office with the mission "to remove the country from its most severe recession, to stop unemployment, to recover fiscal responsibility and to maintain social programs."
Temer pointed out that his management has reversed the recession of almost 4% a year and is now expected to grow more than 2%. The president also highlighted the employment data in the country.
"The recession that claimed more than 150,000 jobs a month was over. The job has returned, with about 204 thousand jobs with a formal contract in 2018 and more than 1.5 million jobs generated in the last year", he wrote.
The president also pointed to the reform of High School and the National Curricular Common Base as milestones of his management. According to him, there are 500 thousand more full-time teaching jobs.