The Committee on Public Safety (CSP) approved on Tuesday (12) an act granting possession of firearms to employees of the National Indian Foundation (Funai) as part of control activities. ABOUT PL 2.326/2022 This was suggested by a temporary external Senate committee established to investigate the causes of the increase in crime in the Northern Region and monitor measures adopted in response to the murders of indigenous man Bruno Araújo (who was a licensed employee of Funai) and British journalist Dom Phillips. CSP was the first of three committees to examine the proposal, which will still be voted on in plenary. A project was also approved to take into account civil kinship in the grounds for increasing the penalty for bodily injury to family members of public security officers (PL 829/2022).

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