The Advocacy-General of the Union (AGU) will request the disqualification of companies suspected of financing the criminal acts of January 8, provoked by Bolsonaristas, in Brasília, from participating in bids promoted by the public power.
The document, according to the metropolises, has already been commissioned by the minister of AGU, Jorge Messias, to the general consultancy of the Union. The decision should affect contracts established not only by the Union, but by states and municipalities.
About 15 days ago, the AGU had already asked the Federal Court of the Federal District for an increase in the value of blocking the assets of individuals and companies suspected of involvement in the criminal attack on Bolsonaristas on January 8.
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Before, the body had requested the blocking of R$ 6.5 million in assets of 52 people and seven companies that financed the travel of coup plotters to Brasília. Afterwards, the AGU asked for the blocking of R$ 18.5 million to recover the losses caused by Bolsonaristas.
“In this context, in view of supervening information, it appears that the estimated minimum damage is undersized, which is why the Union comes to court to request the addition of the initial to amend and add a new element to the cause of action and a new request regarding the increase of the damage once established as a parameter for the granting of the patrimonial injunction”, argued the AGU at the time.
Illegal prospectors flee Yanomami Indigenous Land
A series of videos circulating on social networks show illegal prospectors fleeing the Yanomami Indigenous Land, which is located between Roraima and Amazonas, after the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) started an operation to make activity in the region unfeasible.
“We have this information that many garimpeiros are leaving. It’s good that they leave, so we reduce the operation that will be carried out. If they leave without needing the police force, it’s better for everyone”, said Sonia Guajajara, Minister of Peoples Indigenous Peoples, at a press conference on Saturday (4).
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In one of the videos circulating on the networks, a woman asks for help to leave the region. “We are coming here to ask you to share this video on Facebook to ask you to activate human resources (human rights). They are not rescuing anyone, we are trapped here and in a week we will not have food anymore. Indigenous peoples are going to start to get stressed because we are the ones who feed them.”
The Minister for Indigenous Peoples stated that the government is studying possibilities for transporting prospectors so that they do not travel to illegally exploit gold in other indigenous lands.
Valdemar Costa Neto’s ex says that President of the PL considers Bolsonaro “dumb”
Maria Christina Mendes Caldeira, ex-wife of Valdemar Costa Neto, president of the PL, said that her ex-husband considered former president Jair Bolsonaro, also of the PL, “dumb”, in an interview with Folha de S. Paulo.
“Valdemar always said that Bolsonaro is stupid and from the lower clergy. But he made a political account. Today he is leading these far right crazies. He is an eagle, he already knew how many votes he would have in each ballot box before the election”, Caldera said.
She also stated that she is uncertain about how long the alliance between Bolsonaro and Costa Neto will last. “I don’t know how long (Valdemar) will endure this arrangement. After all, Bolsonaro is equivalent to five women with PMS at the same time”, she said.
Valdemar Costa Neto’s ex-wife also said that Michelle Bolsonaro is much smarter than the former president. “Michelle was what we call ‘Maria Emenda’. Girls who come from around Brasília, or even from the interior, after powerful politicians in the capital”, she said. “Everything that Bolsonaro has as a donkey, she doesn’t have.”
Havan is ordered to indemnify a former employee by R$50,000
Havan, a store owned by Bolsonarist Luciano Hang, was ordered to pay BRL 50,000 in moral damages to a former employee, who was the victim of racial slurs. The woman even heard from her former boss phrases like “improve that face so you don’t go to the stocks” and “improve that face so you don’t get whipped”.
In the decision, labor judge Fabio Augusto Dadalt stated that “it is a crime of racial injury to tell a black person that he will be tied to a log and be whipped, show him a photo of any black woman and say that it is him or a relative of him there in the photo”.
“I believe that the complainant had, yes, her morals offended by acts practiced by her then boss, who, based on her skin color, black, offended her dignity, her honor, her condition as a human being; it caused her an undeniable moral damage.”
Editing: Nicolau Soares
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