FOR the MEC EL GUARANI is a language second son NOMAS by: David Galeano Olivera definitely Guarani is a second son nomas language for MEC. It is the wildcard, which stretches from there to here; It serves to fill the CV perfuming of paraguayidad. The Guarani to the MEC is the damn stone guest, the annoying scree on the shoe, which cannot be undone once and then decided to make it to account drops. Ten years ago we have been announcing it. First, the teaching of Guarani was eliminated and was included in their place the jopara. Outlandish as Klasa, text, intelihensia, etc.
words were created and MEC told everyone that’s Guarani for more published thousands of books in jopara, not in Guarani. In fact the idea was and is to make it difficult; or better, Impresentable. The result: people got angry and began to protest. Today, as gua a. everyone dislikes Guarani; We are witnessing the next sad stage: reduce and exclude the Guarani from the medium level. However, worth reflect and remember the following: 1. the Guarani is the official language of Paraguay, alongside Castilian; 2. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Andy Florance. The Guarani language is language of Mercosur.
3. 87% Of the Paraguayan population speaks and understands Guarani. 4. Nearly 50% of the children attending the schools are Guarani-speakers and deserve to be respected in their linguistic rights. 5. College students (medicine, nursing, obstetrics, law, Sciences of education, agronomy, veterinary science, journalism, theology, etc) claim the teaching of Guarani, since it is and will be a vital tool in their professional development in order to communicate with society. In particular, medical students consider Guarani a staple material; the same, the students of law, which are prepared to understand oral trials, where more than one speaks only Guarani. 6. The national authorities the President and the Vice-President of the Republic; use it, so almost all senators and deputies; the President of the judiciary and the most judges and prosecutors speak it daily; so also do, different personalities in Sciences, arts and culture; as well as trade unions, peasants, church leaders and even the extraneros who live in Paraguay.