Ricardo Lewandowski takes over the Ministry of Justice | G1 / Politics

Ricardo Lewandowski takes over the Ministry of Justice | G1 / Politics
Ricardo Lewandowski takes over the Ministry of Justice | G1 / Politics
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End of the inauguration ceremony. Read all about here.

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Lula ends his speech by hugging Lewandowski.

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Ricardo Lewandowski: there is no easy solution to organized crime

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President Lula gives a speech now.

Lula during Lewandowski’s inauguration — Photo: Reproduction
Lula during Lewandowski’s inauguration — Photo: Reproduction

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Ricardo Lewandowski and Lula have now signed the instrument of inauguration.

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Ricardo Lewandowski speaks now. In a speech, he said he was ‘deeply honored’ to take on the position. The new minister stated that the country’s security and crime problems are the result of historical problems and that “there are no easy solutions” to these problems.

Therefore, he argued that there is “no point” in making more arrests or toughening sentences to combat organized crime. According to the minister, the department’s activities must be focused on public policies and intelligence.

Lewandowski takes office at the Ministry of Justice — Photo: Reproduction
Lewandowski takes office at the Ministry of Justice – Photo: Reproduction

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Current Minister of Justice, Flavio Dino begins speaking.

Flavio Dino — Photo: Reproduction
Flavio Dino — Photo: Reproduction

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Ceremony begins with the playing of the Brazilian national anthem.

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For Ricardo Lewandowski’s inauguration, the following authorities are present:

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The new Minister of Justice, Ricardo Lewandowski, will officially take charge of the department this Thursday (1st). He will replace Flávio Dino, who was appointed to a seat on the Federal Supreme Court (STF). O g1 conveys ownership on this page.

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