Porto Alegre (RS) – On the afternoon of this Thursday (1), the general public defender, Antonio Flávio de Oliveira, was present at the inauguration ceremony of the new management of the Court of Justice of Rio Grande do Sul (TJRS). Judge Alberto Delgado Neto assumed the presidency of the Gaucho Judiciary.
Elected last December, the judge took office to manage the institution during the 2024-2025 biennium. Alberto Delgado Neto takes over from Iris Helena de Medeiros Nogueira, the first woman to command the TJRS.
The now former president of the Court praised Delgado Neto’s participation in the process of digitizing the judicial system and expressed her wishes for confidence in the new administration.
In a speech focused on democracy and the communion of powers, the recently installed head of the Judiciary affirmed his administration’s commitment to justice focused on human beings. “We believe that a humanized vision, seeking to address the difficulties and problems of each person, associated with providing the means to overcome them, does bring faster and more positive results to the citizen”, he highlighted.
In addition to the president, the vice-presidents of the TJRS, Ícaro Carvalho de Bem Osório, Sérgio Miguel Achutti Blattes and Lusmary Fátima Turelly da Silva, and the general inspector of Justice, Fabianne Breton Baisch, took office.
Also participating in the ceremony were the governor of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Eduardo Leite; the president of the Legislative Assembly, Adolfo Brito; the Attorney General of Justice, Alexandre Saltz; the president of the OAB, Leonardo Lamachia; and other authorities.