Connect with us

Politics

After Scotland, Portugal becomes the political and legal arena of Brazil.

Published

on

Minister Facin mentions "authoritarian populism" that threatens democracy

In the vacuum left by President Jair Bolsonaro at COP26, several politicians traveled to Scotland to attend the world’s largest environmental exhibition. Starting tomorrow, many of them will be in Portugal to attend the Lisbon Legal Forum hosted by the Brazilian Institute for Education, Development and Research (IDP), of which Gilmar, Minister of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), is the most famous partner. Mendes.

Last year, the event was held online only due to the coronavirus pandemic. But this time the Forum will be hybrid. Before a personal break due to the outbreak, rallies were held in April.

The presence of Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco has already been confirmed; Arthur Lear, President of the House; Flavia Arruda, Chief Minister of the Government Secretariat under the President of the Republic; former President Michel Temer and former Union Attorney General André Mendonça, who was nominated for a vacancy in the Supreme Court in July but has not yet been questioned by senators (recent signs indicate that a “check” with parliamentarians should only be done in next year) The participation of the current Attorney General of the Union, Bruno Bianco, is guaranteed.

Among politicians opposed to the current government, the timetable reveals the participation of Senator Jacques Wagner, who also attended the COP, and former ministers Aldo Rebelo and Raoul Jungman. Wagner was at the Lisbon event and other releases.

Gilmar Mendes usually invites colleagues from the Supreme Court to the Lisbon Forum. This time, Ministers Diaz Toffoli and Alexandre de Moraes are scheduled – the latter has already participated in the previous edition of the event. In addition, the program of the event includes the names of the Ministers of the High Court of Justice (STJ) Luis Felipe Salomao and Antonio Carlos Ferreira, as well as the President of the Federal Audit Office (TCU) Bruno Dantas.

See also  High European Representative praises UAE 'constructive policy' - Observer

In addition to the executive branch, several TCU representatives have been to Glasgow over the past two weeks to attend COP26, as well as 11 governors, mayors and Pacheco. In Lisbon, the President of the Senate gave an interview to the Diário de Notícias newspaper, saying that impeachment in Brazil at the moment “would be very bad.” One of the panels will be with one of his allies in the 2022 election, SDP President Gilberto Cassab.

This is the 9th edition of the Forum, and Broadcast followed the implementation of several previous workshops. In these cases, various representatives of the political and legal sphere of the country participated in the debate, such as the then Minister of Security Sergio Moro, then President of the Chamber Rodrigo Maia and then President of STJ João Otavio de Noronha – who defended the glasses exactly opposite de Moro, who had participated the day before.


Look too

+ The creator of the first real estate fund in Brazil talks about investing
+ The fighter becomes unrecognizable after being hit in the face
+ Amazon driver fired after woman was caught driving out of the yard
+ 20 best-selling pickups in 2021
+ Video: Globo helicopter crashes and loses its tail; the pilot prays after landing
+ Scientists discover the causes of the progression of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain
+ The chef creates an aphrodisiac recipe for Orgasm Day

+ Mercedes-Benz Sprinter wins motorhome version
+ Anorexia, an eating disorder that can lead to death

+ US Agency Warns: Never Wash Raw Chicken Meat
+ Yasmine Brunet breaks the silence
+ Shark caught in Massachusetts with the remains of young people missing in the stomach
+ See how much it costs to eat at MasterChef judges’ restaurants
+ Auction of cars and motorcycles from Combi to Nissan Frontier 0km

See also  Santos Cruz and Yano are looking for a party to participate in the elections

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Politics

A POLITICAL TURN: Contarato’s fatherhood, an innocent anti-fascist prime minister, and a pro-democracy letter

Published

on

child’s father

Senator Fabiano Contarato (from PT), author of the law that expanded and established a national level for nurses – a project that was approved by Congress and sanctioned by Bolsonaro – took to social media to defend the paternity of the norm. According to him, Bolsonaro will use this issue for political gain.

“Bolsonaro is trying to claim the glory of the sanction, but he “forgets” to say that he vetoed the INPC fix. In practice, there will be no annual salary adjustment for nurses. We wish you complete victory! Let’s fight to override the veto,” Contarato tweeted.

Post that is distributed in groups and social networks

In another post, in a video, he said: “I am the author of PL 2564, which establishes a minimum wage (for nursing). I came here to warn you: don’t be fooled by President Bolsonaro. He authorized PL 2564 only because he knew that if he vetoed it, we would override the veto. I want to remind you that all 81 senators voted for the 2564 PL, and out of 513 federal deputies, only 12 voted against, including the son of the President of the Republic (Eduardo Bolsonaro).”

Posts linking Bolsonaro to the project are circulating on social media and discussion groups, mostly from Bolsonarists, with no attribution from Contarato.

***

A letter for democracy will be read on the stairs of Ufes

Civil society organizations such as Transparência Capixaba, Convergência Democrática, Sindijournalist, Adufes, Sintufes, DCE of Ufes and others are participating this Thursday (11) in an impartial civic action with the reading of the Letter to the Brazilians in Defense of Democracy. . The letter calls for the protection of a democratic rule of law and respect for the election results.

The action will take place on the stairs of Teatro da Ufes and is scheduled for 16:00. The same event must occur simultaneously in other states. In São Paulo, the action will take place at USP Law School, where the letter was written. Outside the college, in Largo de San Francisco, screens will be set up for those who wish to follow them. The signatories of the 1977 letter to the Brazilians will also be present, in addition to representatives of organizations supporting the letter, which has already collected more than 830,000 signatures.

***

Anti-fascist PM acquitted in social media criticism case

Judge Getúlio Marcos Pereira Neves of the Vitoria Court of Military Audit opened an investigation by the Military Police (IPM) against Prime Minister Corporal Vinicius Curzone for allegedly insulting the Corporation on social media.

Curzone is the coordinator of the anti-fascist police group in the state, and on the group’s Instagram would be critical of public safety in general, defending the principles the group believes in. The group would also post a note in solidarity with government candidate Captain Souza (PSTU), who is also an anti-fascist police officer and the subject of an investigation by the Corporation.

The decision was taken after the Military Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to open a criminal case for an unexcused reason, which could lead to criminal prosecution. “Based on the foregoing, I satisfy the request of the Military Prosecutor’s Office and determine the introduction of these, upon dismissal and other precautionary measures, including the disposal of weapons and items, in the form of relevant legislation,” the excerpt from the court decision says.

Querzone is still responding to administrative disciplinary action (PAD) internally for the same reason.

***

“Harder than a Candidate”

Senator Rose de Freitas (MDB) still has interim deputies on the slate for re-election. He argues that it is difficult to accommodate permanent substitutes. “It’s harder to include an alternative than it is to list a candidate,” the senator, who is president of the MDB in Espírito Santo, told Colone.

***

Vinicius Simões trades an urn for coordinating Gandini’s campaign

Gandini and Vinicius Simões (center)

Former Chairman of the Vitoria House of Councilors Vinicius Simões (Citizenship) withdrew from the elections to the Federal House. His name no longer appears on the PSDB-citizenship federation protocol, which was submitted to the Electoral Court. He will coordinate in the capital the campaign for the re-election of State Deputy Fabrizio Gandini (Citizenship).

“After evaluating the entire current political scenario, especially the local scenario, and talking to our political group, my family and I decided to shelve this project and step back,” Simones said. He also said he wanted to focus his performance on Vitoria. Simões is the First Deputy for Citizenship in the Chamber of Deputies. If one of the councilors of your party is elected as a deputy, he becomes an adviser.

***

Violence against women in debate

The State Public Ministry held last Friday afternoon (05) the IX State Meeting on the María da Peña Law with lectures on the topics: “Gender and racial political violence against women” and “Psychological violence against women”. The event was opened by the head of the parliament, Luciana Andrade.

According to the Minister of Security (Sesp), from January to July of this year, 52 women were killed, of which 18 (35%) by femicide – 5 of these crimes in the Capital Region, 4 in the North. , 2 in the south, 4 in the northwest and 3 in the mountainous region.

See also  Far-right French politician sues Real Madrid star Karim Benzema over Daesh tweet – Middle East Monitor
Continue Reading

Politics

Biden forgot he greeted the politician and starred in a gaffe

Published

on

Joe Biden estendeu a mão para ninguém

United States President Joe Biden returned to star in the Tuesday 9 gaffe. After listening to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s speech, the Democrat greeted the speaker and extended his hand again seconds later. Greetings.

This isn’t the first time Biden has filmed a handshake scene. In April, after speaking at North Carolina State Agricultural and Technical University, The Democrat stepped down from the pulpit, turned to the right, and held out his hand, as if to shake someone’s hand. But there was no one there.

Last month, after speaking in Tel Aviv, Israel, the US President repeated the dose.

The goal of Saudi comedians

An excerpt from a comedy show Studio 22, aired in Saudi Arabia, went viral on social media. The video portrays Biden as incapacitated. The sketch also teases US Vice President Kamala Harris.

The actor playing the Democrat is unaware of his surroundings and looks like he’s about to fall asleep.. Kamala’s character tells the president what to say and do. At the end of the video, Biden finally falls asleep.

“Thank you very much! Today we will talk about the crisis in Spain,” Biden said. “Yes, we will talk about the crisis in Africa. Yes, Russia! I want to talk about Russian President Putin. Yes, Putin. Listen to me, I have an important a message for you. The message is: … And the President of China … What? Haven’t I finished talking about Russia? Thank you for correcting me, First Lady. Thank you very much! God bless them…”

See also  This Thursday in Bonito Azambuja to resume the "Government presents" program - Politics

“Thank you,” said Kamala. “Hallelujah! Applause for the President. Now!”

Continue Reading

Politics

FBI search causes political storm and could speed up Trump’s re-election

Published

on

FBI search causes political storm and could speed up Trump's re-election

Hours after it was revealed that the FBI raided his residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, Donald Trump posted a campaign video on his Pravda social network, fueling rumors that he was preparing to announce his re-election to the presidency.

Continue Reading

Trending