The President of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), Luiz Fux, said this Monday, 13 that officials from international organizations are following the events in Brazil, citing the September 7 protest, and recognition of the “independence and pride” of the judiciary. are giving. Situation. The statements were made in the concluding remarks of the seminar “STF in Action” promoted in Rio by the Institute of Applied Legal Studies (IZA).
In the lecture, Fox addressed the goals of his administration as head of the STF, reporting on the balance of his achievements during his visit to the United States last week. During the visit, the minister signed a cooperation agreement between the National Council of Justice (CNJ) and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in the Organization of American States (OAS).
Referring to his contacts with representatives of these institutions, Fox stated that “the outside world knows absolutely everything”, even “what has happened in Brazil today”.
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“It is impressive how they question us about some pertinent facts in Brazil, which happened after Independence Day and Independence Day. I felt proud of my country when they really saw the independence and arrogance of the judiciary in the face of circumstances. recognized”, Fux himself said without giving details of the events.
For his part, the chairman of the STF said he tried to convey to his interlocutors during a visit to the United States that the institutions were working.
“I tried to reveal the state of legitimacy in Brazil and the existence of the rule of law. Here, we are the judges of the constitution. We look after the federal constitution. Whatever is outside the federal constitution, it is effectively a New components will be needed. As long as the federal constitution remains the same, and it is very good, we will be the first front to defend the constitutional state of Brazil”, Fux said.
The minister left the Museum of Tomorrow, in the port area of Rio, without speaking to the press. In his speech that lasted about 17 minutes, he made no mention of President Jair Bolsonaro. When reporting on a trip to the United States, he took advantage of criticism, often directed at opponents by Bolsonaro, that he travels abroad to speak ill of the country.
“I am absolutely irresponsible with people who go abroad with Brazilian money to speak badly of our country. It’s incomprehensible,” Fox said.
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