The competition had been suspended last week at the request of the Public Defender’s Office, which complained about the lack of vacancies allocated to black and brown candidates. The previous decision even determined the reopening of registrations and a new application of tests.
In this new decision, judge João Rigo Guimarães responded to an appeal from the State Attorney General’s Office (PGE). According to him, there is no state law that regulates the mandatory allocation of racial quotas in state competitions.
“The continuity of the competition is assured and the application of didactic tests for candidates approved in the first stage of the selection process will take place according to the official schedule, starting next Sunday, November 19, in Palmas”, said Unitins.
Candidates must follow the selection process page to stay up to date with official information about the progress of the competition. The announcement of the times and locations of the candidates’ didactic tests is scheduled for November 16th.
This is the second time that the competition has been interrupted by court decision.
In total, 132 vacancies are offered for teachers in the areas of Administration, Accounting Sciences, Law, Nursing, Literature, Medicine, Pedagogy, Social Work, Information Systems and Technology in Agribusiness Management. The salary can reach R$10,500. In the first stage, 1,266 people signed up.