Six days after the overturn of the time frame thesis, the Federal Supreme Court (STF) returns to discuss the issue this Wednesday (27) to debate specific points in the analysis of the legal thesis, such as compensation for farmers.
This afternoon’s session also marks the farewell of Minister Rosa Weber from the Supreme Court plenary. Current president of the Court, she will turn 75 next Monday (2) and will be compulsorily retired. The new president of the STF, Luís Roberto Barroso, formally takes office this Thursday (28).
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There is a possibility that ministers will open a debate that could authorize the economic exploitation of lands occupied by indigenous people. The proposal provides for express authorization from the National Congress for the commercialization of crop production products and other natural resources.
The resumption of the debate in the STF takes place on the same day that the Senate’s Constitution and Justice Committee (CCJ) approved the advancement of the processing of Bill (PL) 2903/2023, which establishes the time frame for indigenous lands. Approval was achieved with 16 votes against 10.
The progress of the proposal in the Senate, in a text that diverges sharply from the Supreme Court’s decision last week, has reignited the debate about the limits of the Legislative and Judiciary powers.
Editing: Thalita Pires