Senator Esperidião Amin (PP-SC), in his plenary speech on Tuesday (12), once again criticized the monocratic rulings of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and the way the Supreme Court treats State company law.
Amin emphasized that the law, which was intended to establish principles of balance and management, mainly for federal companies, was blocked by the monocratic decision of former minister Ricardo Lewandowski, who, according to the senator, issued an order to oppose the decision of the National Congress.
— The Act was removed from the legal order by a monocratic decision, which already violated its substantive content, focusing mainly on Art. 17, which concerns quarantine and prohibits persons performing political functions specified therein from holding public positions […] She returned to plenary on Wednesday last week [do STF]in the voice of Minister André Mendonça, stating that what was written there is consistent with the constitution and that law-making is the responsibility of Congress,” he said.
The MP cited examples of what he considers “abuse on the part of the Tribunal” and emphasized the importance of the approval in the Senate in November this year. proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC 8/2021), which limits the decisions made by judges of higher courts and establishes deadlines for submitting applications for review of actions pending in the judiciary. The proposal is being analyzed in the Chamber of Deputies.
— Our 2021 PEC 8 vote, approved in this House by a 52-18 majority, continues to reflect its results. Just as important as the result were the reactions of some ministers, even exaggerated, dramatic, and in some respects even terrifying, due to the demonstration of downright partisan passion, he emphasized.
Agência Senado (reproduction authorized based on the quote from Agência Senado)