Opposition leaders have criticized the Senate president’s lack of positioning on the work of Supreme Court ministers. He has been pressured to criticize, for example, recent Supreme Court decisions that authorized Federal Police operations against deputies.
The president of the Senate also highlighted that there are common agendas between the Legislature and the Judiciarysuch as the regulation of digital platforms and artificial intelligence.
Others are more abstract, philosophical, such as the harmony between the Powers. All of them, however, depend on our actions and attitudes on a daily basis.
Rodrigo Pacheco, president of the Senate, speaking at the STF
Pacheco will discuss anti-STF agendas. Last year, he said he would continue with the analysis of a proposal that sets terms for Court ministers and another that changes the minimum age of magistrates.
The electoral system must also be analyzed. Among the priority agendas of Congress are: regulating tax reform, reviewing the Civil Code, regulating the use of artificial intelligence, reimbursing the payroll and improving the electoral system.
Pacheco also cited the guidelines of Minister Luís Roberto Barroso’s management: “Increase the efficiency of Justice, advance the agenda of fundamental rights and improve the dialogue between the Judiciary and society.”