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Fiesp publishes a manifesto for democracy and deepens Bolsonaro’s political isolation

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Josue Gomes da Silva, President of Fiesp. Photo: Wilson Diaz/Agência Brasil

“In the year of the bicentenary of independence, we reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the sovereignty of the Brazilian people, expressed by vote and exercised in accordance with the Constitution,” reads the businessmen’s document, entitled “In Defense of Democracy and Justice,” with the support of more than 100 organizations

The São Paulo State Federation of Industry (Fiesp), chaired by businessman Josue Gomes da Silva in Defense of Democracy, published this Friday (5th), states that those who “sign this act reaffirm their unwavering commitment to the institutions and the ground rules Democratic rule of law, constituting the sovereignty of the Brazilian people”.

“In the year of the bicentenary of independence, we reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the sovereignty of the Brazilian people, expressed by vote and exercised in accordance with the Constitution,” the document says. “Democratic stability, respect for the rule of law and development are essential conditions for Brazil to overcome its core challenges. This is the main point of September 7 this year,” reads the document, which has received the support of more than 100 civil society organizations against Bolsonaro’s coup threats to the Brazilian electoral process and judiciary.

Signatories to the Fiesp letter include the Industrial Development Research Institute (Ied), the American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham), the Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban), FecomercioSP, and the Fernando Henrique Cardoso Foundation. Industry unions, trade unions, the Brazilian Society for the Promotion of Science (SBPC), the National Union of Students (UNE), USP Universities, PUC, Unesp and Unicamp, as well as associations of economists, are also signing the document in defense of democracy. , lawyers, health and human rights professionals.

“The civil society actors and citizens who signed this act emphasize the role of the Brazilian judiciary, in particular the Federal Supreme Court, the main guardian of the Constitution, and the High Electoral Court, which conducted our elections with complete safety and efficiency. and integrity, which is internationally respected, and by all magistrates, recognizing its invaluable role throughout our history as a force to pacify differences and serve as an example for the defense of fundamental rights.

The letter will be read at one of the events that will take place at the Faculty of Law of the University of Sao Paulo (USP) on 11 August. On the same day, “Letter to Brazilians and Brazilians in Defense of a Democratic State and Law” will be published.

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Read the full Fiesp manifest below.

FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE

In the year of the bicentenary of independence, we reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the sovereignty of the Brazilian people, expressed by vote and exercised in accordance with the Constitution.

As the centenary approached, the modernists, together with Semana de 22, launched a cultural movement that, by pointing the way to art with Brazilian characteristics, helped shape a truly national identity.

Today, we are again called upon to identify paths that will strengthen our path to the will of our people, which is the highest independence a nation can achieve. Democratic stability, respect for the rule of law and development are important conditions for Brazil to overcome its core problems. This is the biggest value on September 7 this year.

Our democracy has repeatedly proved its reliability. In less than four decades, it has faced deep crises, both economic, with periods of recession and hyperinflation, and political, overcoming these ills with the strength of our institutions.

They were strong enough to guarantee the execution of governments from different political spectrums. Not succumbing to the litany of those who go beyond the reasonable limits of constructive criticism, it is our institutions that continue to guarantee the civilizational development of Brazilian society.

It is important that the authorities of the Republic – executive, legislative and judicial – independently and in concert promote the necessary changes for the development of Brazil.

The civil society organizations and citizens who signed this act underline the role of the Brazilian judiciary, in particular the Supreme Federal Court, the main guardian of the Constitution, and the Supreme Electoral Court, which conducted our esteemed elections with complete safety, efficiency and fairness. … at the international level and to all magistrates, recognizing his invaluable role throughout our history as a force to pacify differences and an authority for the protection of fundamental rights.

To all those who perform noble legal functions in the country, we express our respect at this time when fate requires balance, tolerance, courtesy and a vision of the future.

We want to have a prosperous, just and solidary country, guided by republican principles, expressed in the Constitution, which we all bow down, confident in the supreme will of democracy. He is strengthened by the union, reforming what needs to be corrected, and not destroying; laying down hopes for a proud and peaceful Brazil, without dampening them with slogans and disagreements that threaten the desired peace and development.

All who sign this act reaffirm their unwavering commitment to the institutions and fundamental rules of the democratic rule of law, which constitutes the sovereignty of the Brazilian people, which, on the symbolic date of the founding of legal courses in Brazil, August 11, we must celebrate.

Sign the manifest:

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Brazilian Academy science

Paulista Law Academy

Paulista Academy of Literature

Amnesty International

Association of Lawyers and Public Lawyers for Democracy

Association Article 19

Brazilian Association of Medical Device Manufacturers (ABIMO)

Brazilian Association of Instant Coffee Producers

Brazilian Association for Personal Care, Perfume and Cosmetics

Brazilian Association of Infrastructure and Major Industries

Brazilian Association of Communication Agencies

Brazilian Association of Biscuit, Pasta and Industrial Bread and Cake Manufacturers

Brazilian Association of Generic and Biosimilar Manufacturers

Brazilian Association of Vegetable Oil Producers

Brazilian Association of Labor Lawyers

Brazilian Association of Economists for Democracy

Brazilian Press Association

Sao Paulo Bar Association

National Association of Associations of State Revenue Officers

National Association of Directors of Federal Institutions of Higher Education

American Chamber of Commerce

Brazilian Trade Union Center

Brazilian Workers’ Center

Single work center

Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning

Brazilian Center for International Affairs

Center for Public Policy Debate

Center for the Study of Labor Relations and Inequality

Center for Public Leadership

Brazilian Engineering Club

Black Coalition for Rights

Arnes Commission on Human Rights

Democracy Defense Committee

Connect Human Rights

National Council of Institutions of the Federal Network of Professional, Scientific and Technological Education

Democracy under control

Brazilian Federation of Banks

São Paulo State Federation of Industry

Federation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism

National Complementary Health Federation

Union strength

Brazilian Public Safety Forum

National Anti-Racist Front

Fernando Enrique Cardoso Foundation

Greenpeace

Group “Torture Never Again”

Brazilian wood industry

Akatu Institute

Brazilian Institute of Criminal Sciences

Brazilian Institute for Research on Competition, Consumption and International Trade

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Brazilian Institute of Consumer Policy and Law

Black Women’s Institute

Institute of Financial Law

Institute of Cultural Studies

Institute for Industrial Development Studies

IInstitute for Health Policy Research

Peregum Black Reference Institute

Institute of Brazilian Lawyers

IInstitute of Lawyers of Sao Paulo

Ethos of the Institute

Mariel Franco Institute

Institute of Mobility and Social Development

Pro Bono Institute

Socio-Ecological Institute

ISous da Paz Institute

Vladimir Herzog Institute

Advocacy defense movement

Central Union of New Workers

Sao Paulo Bar Association

Covenant for democracy

National thought on business fundamentals

Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo

Teachers for Democracy – FGV/SP

Central public server

Political Action Network for Sustainable Development

Rede GIFs

Union of the abrasive industry – SP

Sindisel

Union of stone-powder, porcelain-faience ceramic industry / joint venture

Union of Dental, Medical and Hospital Products and Equipment Industries

Beverage Union of the State of São Paulo

Union of Enterprises for the Processing and Processing of Flat Glass and Crystal/JV

Jaú Footwear Association

Union of fiberboard and chipboard manufacturers of the State of Sao Paulo

Union of the industry of electrical conductors, drawing and laminating non-ferrous metals / joint venture

Union of the Special Textile Industry of the State of São Paulo

Pharmaceutical Industry Union

Union of Producers of Corn, Soybeans and Their Derivatives in the State of São Paulo

Sao Paulo Furniture Industry Union

Union of Producers of Limestone and Derivatives for Agricultural Use of the State of São Paulo

Union of Sanitary Ware Manufacturers of the State of Sao Paulo

Union of Perfume and Toiletries of the State of São Paulo

Union of Hospitals, Clinics, Laboratories and Medical Institutions of the State of São Paulo

Union of Teachers of the Federal District

Industry Union Lamps Electrical Appliances São Paulo State Lighting

Industrial Union Marble Granites State São Paulo

National Union of the Naval and Marine Construction and Maintenance Industries

National Union of the Instant Coffee Industry

Brazilian Society for the Development of Science

Everything for education

General Union of Workers

National Student Union

University of Sao Paulo

Campinas State University

Paulista State University

World Wildlife Fund

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