Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro has demanded the Supreme Court, the country’s highest court (SDF). Corona virus isolation and restrictions banned in three states By arguing that fundamental rights to movement and work are being violated.
The Attorney General’s Office (AGU) on Thursday night filed a judicial appeal against isolations in the states of Para, Bernambuco and Rio Grande do Norde.
A few hours ago, Bolzano encouraged states and municipalities to be prepared to intervene “within the constitution” and, for example, to prevent actions such as night curfews. Second National Hospital collapse.
Isolation and control orders in those three states must, by order, be declared unconstitutional. “We face the violation of democratic principles, the rule of law, the legitimacy and proportionality, as well as the fundamental rights of work, free initiative and the assault on livelihoods,” the AGU said in a statement.
More than 80 percent of 20 capitals have intensive care beds on the same day that the federal laboratory PioCruz, which relies on the health ministry, warned of the risk of an outbreak in June For Covit-19 patients.
“The damage to economic livelihoods and the freedom of movement of the people is disgraceful,” he said. The reasons why these states were specifically targeted were not explained.
Parane, on the border of the provinces of Missiones and Paraguay, enters a health decline And for some of the four cities, even though supermarkets have stopped operating, the total prison interior is 60 municipalities.
It is managed by Paulsonarista Carlos Massa Radinho Jr., son of the famous television animator Ratinho Jr. Since February it has observed isolation due to hospital collapse and people waiting for bed.
Massa, a member of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), has signaled an alliance with its leader Luis Inacio Lula da Silva if he is nominated as a presidential candidate in the 2022 election.
Bernambuco is managed by Fatima Bezera, the only female governor of the opposition Labor Party (PD), which is opposed only by the opposition and the centrist Brazilian Socialist Party (BSP) and Rio Grande do Norde.
The AGU made it clear that it did not want to question the SDF’s decision to recognize the autonomy of states and municipalities in taking action against the epidemic, but said “some of them are inconsistent with constitutional provisions.”
Brazil is the second country to die from the corona virus With 456,674, after the United States.
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