The senator intends to present 5 projects by February 22nd, when he will leave the house to take on the role of minister of the STF
The senator Flávio Dino (PSB-MA)filed this Friday, 2, a bill (PL) that prohibits camps in the vicinity of military organizations and exemplified those that preceded the acts of the day January 8, 2023, when protesters vandalized the headquarters of the Three Powers. “They reinforce the need to adjust the Brazilian legal system in order to prevent public equipment from being used as reference points for gatherings that could culminate in acts that undermine the Democratic Rule of Law”, he began. “It should be noted that such gatherings constitute a danger to the safety of military organizations and their members, exposed to various threats and risks, such as bomb attacks or the perpetration of other crimes”, concluded the senator, in the document.
The project amends decree 3,437, of July 1941, which provides “against crimes that attack the Democratic State of Law and its institutions”; and it is Flávio Dino’s first in the Senate, who was elected in 2022, but left parliament to take over the Ministry of Justice and Public Security. Last Thursday, the 1st, he passed the baton of command of the portfolio to the former minister of the Supreme Court, Ricardo Lewandowski and will remain in the Senate until February 22nd, when he will be sworn in as minister of the Federal Supreme Court. In a statement to journalists, the current senator stated that he will present 5 legislative proposals in the house before taking over the STF. In addition to the aforementioned, he mentioned two others – one will deal with preventive detention and custody hearings, the other will be related to the allocation of the National Public Security Fund (FNSP) to recognize the merit of police officers.