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The minister said that a politician who doubts the electorate is a disgrace to democracy

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At the center of tension between the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) and the military, this Monday the 20th, the Electoral Transparency Commission brought together 17 members to evaluate the results of the group’s nine months of existence and organize the following initiatives. In the presence of government-appointed military representative Jair Bolsonaro (LP) to join the team of General Heber Garcia Portella, TSE president Edson Fachin said that a politician who doubts his voter is not worthy of the mandate he is exercising and dishonors the government of the history of democracy.

“Selective Justice is ready to conduct the 2022 elections cleanly and transparently, as it has been for the past 90 years,” Fachin said. “For over 90 years, this has been the job of electoral justice: letting the voter have their say. Let him speak freely. Let him speak fully. voters, from the north to the south of the country,” he added.

According to the minister, anyone who questions the electoral system is actually questioning the choice of voters. The speeches were made without mentioning Bolsonaro or the military, which Estadao revealed had begun replicating the President’s speech in repeated questions sent to the TSE. Despite the firmness of his statements, Fashin sought to weaken relations with the military. Last Friday, the 17th, he sent a letter to the Minister of Defense, Paulo Sergio Nogueira, in which he repeated his invitation to General Portella to attend this Monday’s meeting.

Shortly before the meeting, Nogueira told the TSE president that a member of the armed forces would be attending the event, but backed up a request for the Court to hold a private meeting between military technicians and an electoral judge to decide on defense proposals for this year’s elections. The Department of Defense had already requested a meeting last week between agency technicians to “resolve any differences.”

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The military and the TSE are facing an institutional crisis provoked by Bolsonaro, who blames the court for not following the military’s proposals for the October elections. At a meeting this Monday, Fashin clarified the president’s statements, saying that 32 of the 44 proposals for improving the electoral process presented by the commission were fully or partially approved, 5 of which were sponsored by the military. He also explained that the 12 proposals that were not granted were due to the expiration of a deadline set by the Electoral Court or a violation of the General Data Protection Act.

“There is no doubt that there were “eyes” and answers to all questions. From technical details to statistical weighting, we rely on the experience and knowledge of the best in the various fields in which the electoral process operates,” Fachin said. “There is no doubt that transparency is one of the most important elements for assessing the quality of democracy,” he said.

At the core of the recent institutional crisis between the executive branch and the TSE, the Commission on Electoral Transparency has become the subject of political speculation. As Estadão testified, Fashin refused any measures in this sense and decided to keep the group in place until the end of the elections. On Monday, he explained that the group’s next activities include participating in the sealing and signing ceremony of the electoral systems, the preparation of electronic voting machines, and other activities scheduled for the electoral verification schedule.

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China’s top political adviser calls for more proposals to cut carbon emissions – Xinhua English.news.cn

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BEIJING, July 6 (Xinhua) — China’s chief political adviser Wang Yang on Tuesday called for a redoubled effort to gather thoughts and make proposals to help the country achieve maximum carbon neutrality.

Wang, a member of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CCP), chairman of the National Committee of the People’s Political Consultative Conference of China, delivered a speech at a scientific consultation seminar in Beijing.

At the meeting, representatives of non-CPC political parties shared their views and suggestions on what can be done in various areas to stimulate environmental transformation, such as further developing new and clean energy, expanding the carbon trading market, and boosting low-carbon research. technologies. technology. They discussed ideas with officials from key government departments, including the National Development and Reform Commission.

Noting that achieving China’s carbon reduction goals requires synergy of wisdom and strength on multiple fronts, Wang pointed out that relevant political parties and social organizations should continue to conduct in-depth research and make proposals on key issues to achieve the goals, as well as strive to lead by example through green lifestyle with low carbon emissions.

The relevant authorities and departments should make the most of the results of this survey and improve the quality of consultations with non-CCP political parties, Wang said.

China has announced that it will aim to peak carbon emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.

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Untie the Gordian knot

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Untie the Gordian knot

The past few days have been politically fruitful for discussions about regime agreements, agreements and consensus. All this is relative to the location of the new Lisbon airport. No one doubts the strategic importance of this decision and the commitments that come with it, given the importance of the investment in question. In fact, the new Lisbon airport goes far beyond a simple decision about its geographic location, taking into account external factors arising from social, economic and strategic areas. There is talk of a global investment of more than 6 billion euros, the implementation of which will take more than ten years. As for the importance of consensus, there will certainly not be many dissenters in this decision. It is therefore unfortunate that on an issue of much greater importance to all Portuguese, as in the case of the National Health Service (SNS), this momentum for a broad political consensus is also not being given. On the contrary, we have long seen the use of social networks as a tool of political struggle. As if social networks, by definition, are not the best guide for democracy, where a sense of social justice, protection of the rights of every citizen, every person is expressed and implemented with greater obviousness.

The future of social media inevitably involves understanding current reality, current circumstances, and making commitments that anticipate the future.

The profoundly unhelpful tendency to turn health issues, and social media in particular, into a privileged platform for partisan political struggle, segmentation of positions, and rejection of broad consensus has only made their urgent reform and transformation more difficult. This blockade results in losses for the Portuguese and can only be resolved in a lasting and consistent manner if a strategic approach is possible that leads to a medium and long term social contract. Sparse, inconsistent and incoherent legislative proceedings will only contribute to the fact that it will be practically impossible to unravel the entropy and tangle of contradictions. Social media sustainability will only be achieved if public policy is supported by broad consensus in the medium to long term. The risks associated with demographic evolution, the growing burden of chronic diseases, the progressive dependence of health on social spheres, and the vulnerability associated with the rising costs of therapeutic and technological innovations require solutions that have a horizon of stability ahead. , policy coherence and stability.

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If we just stay on slogans momentary, meaningless rhetoric, false struggle that feeds the daily quarrel, we do not benefit the people. The National Health Service is the greatest “public cause” in the history of democracy, the results and consequences of which will never cease, let alone a decade. Thus, the SNS deserves no less attention than the new Lisbon airport, in the apparent ongoing search for a broad political consensus. But the consensus, which is a democratic reflection of the will of the vast majority of citizens and is not conditioned by any pressure. The future of social media inevitably involves understanding current reality, current circumstances, and making commitments that anticipate the future. This will not be possible with ideas, projects or partners that have long lost the ability to understand the world in the gaps of history. Persistence in this path will only mean postponing the inevitable, making it almost impossible to untie this Gordian knot.

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Demonstration of mayors against cuts in LDO collection and recycling – Papo Político

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POLITICAL TALK | July 5, 2022

Demonstration of mayors against the reduction in the collection and processing of liquid waste

Fabiana Pulcinelli arrives analyzing the demonstration of the mayors in Brasilia (DF) against the agendas that make it difficult for the municipalities to collect. More than 100 mayors of Goiás cities are expected to support the manifesto. The agenda that was recently adopted by Gov. Ronaldo Cayado was a 17% ICMS cap on diesel, gasoline, electricity, communications and public transport, and he said mayors should accept it, but they complain about the impact on budgets. However, she also talks about the Legislative Assembly’s consideration of the Fundamental Budgetary Principles Act, BDO 2023. The document indicates that the total revenue forecast in 2023 will be more than 37 billion Brazilian reais. The value is higher than the overall revenue forecast for 2022, which was 31 billion reais.

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