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- Superior Court of Justice, Which Lula Is Counting On to Run, Has Little Bearing on Lava Jato Rulings
Up until now, the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) has only altered one of the rulings issued by Paraná-based judge Sergio Moro, and its final ruling largely reflected the case that was made by prosecutors.
Published on 02/05/2018 - 11h05
- Native Brazilians Try to Close Major Illegal Mining Site Polluting River in Pará
Tired of waiting for the government to take action against the major illegal mining sites located in the Munduruku Indigenous Territory and in the Crepor National Forest, in the southwest of the state of Pará, Munduruku warriors and leaders organized an expedition to drive non-indigenous prospectors out of the area.
Published on 02/05/2018 - 10h50
- Folha Launches New Fully Responsive Website
Folha launched its revamped digital version on Thursday (1). The evolution of the platform is the first milestone to celebrate the newspaper's 97th anniversary this month.
Published on 02/02/2018 - 13h04
- Fundraisers and Shooting Ranges Raise Money for Pro-Bolsonaro Ads
A fireworks display can be seen in the skies of the Sertão in Ceará. Cars line up behind one another as a group of people dressed in green and yellow shouts out the name of Congressman Jair Bolsonaro (PSC - Rio de Janeiro).
Published on 02/01/2018 - 15h30
- Top Judges Receive Housing Allowance Despite Owning Homes
Even though they have their own residences in the Federal District, 26 justices from superior courts receive housing allowances from taxpayers for living in Brasília.
Published on 02/01/2018 - 11h19
- Voters in Brazil Are Divided Over Lula's Candidacy
Brazilians are divided over the possible ineligibility of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva after an appeals court unanimously upheld the conviction on corruption charges, according to the most recent poll by conducted by Datafolha.
Published on 02/01/2018 - 10h54
- Brazil's Standardization Institute Warns Against Mermaiding and Annoys Practitioners
This summer the long tails of Triton (a mythological Greek god of the sea) or mermaids have become the target of much controversy as well as of Inmetro, Brazil's National Institute of Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality.
Published on 02/01/2018 - 10h17
- Amid Violence, Rio Does Not Have a Security Plan for Carnival
Pre-Carnival blocks are already parading the streets of Rio, but the city does not have a security plan yet.
Published on 01/31/2018 - 10h46
- Brazil's Superior Court of Justice Denies Defense Request Against Lula's Arrest
Justice Humberto Martins, vice president of the Brazilian Superior Court of Justice (STJ), rejected the habeas corpus request filed by former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's defense team.
Published on 01/31/2018 - 10h41
- With Lula Absent, Four Candidates Compete for Spot Against Bolsonaro, Who Leads in the Polls
Research conducted by the Datafolha Institute following the second-instance conviction of Lula da Silva, who is currently ineligible, indicates that if the former president is barred from the race, then four other candidates will be disputing a place in the runoff against Jair Bolsonaro (PSC).
Published on 01/31/2018 - 10h35