Public Treasury Judiciary Center is another option for conflict resolution in Mato Grosso

From now on, the Judiciary of Mato Grosso has the Judiciary Center for Conflict Resolution and Citizenship (Cejusc) of the Public Treasury. The act of installing the judicial unit took place during a ceremony on the morning of this Friday (September 2), at the headquarters of the Court of Justice, in Cuiabá and brought together authorities from the Judiciary, State and Municipality.

According to the president of the Permanent Nucleus of Consensual Methods of Conflict Resolution (Nupemec), judge Mário Kono de Oliveira, Cejusc of the Public Treasury, most of the actions refer to the public farm, whether state or municipal. “Through self-composition methods it is possible to solve much of this with less burden for the taxpayer, also for that debtor, and for those who need to file a lawsuit, sometimes the reverse, against the State or Municipality. The Public Treasury Cejusc comes with this purpose, to really bring speed, speed, less cost and also reduce this range of judicial processes that are longer, more expensive for the Judiciary itself.”

The Inspector General of Justice, Judge José Zuquim Nogueira highlighted the beginning of the new cycle in the scenario of self-composition of the Judiciary of Mato Grosso. “Nupemec installs today a differentiated Cejusc in order to offer the jurisdictional possibility that were previously unthinkable. We public agents, who live under the aegis of the principle of legality, lacked rules and procedures that would allow us to bring quick and efficient solutions to the sphere of the public treasury. And today the Cejusc of the Public Farm is installed. Conflicts in this area overload the justice system and to ensure the efficiency of judicial provision, the judiciary must use multi-port justice tools, especially mediation and conciliation and negotiation in order to abbreviate or mitigate the demands of this matter.”

José Zuquim Nogueira also recalled 12 years ago, when this movement for social pacification began in the state. “When it is said that judge Clarice is a precursor of methods that seek conciliation, social peace, I would say that at that time she was a dreamer. We did not imagine that today we would reach this vanguard situation of our court of justice, with the creation of Nupemec, Cejusc of Health, of Public Law. Judge Clarice, my recognition here on this opportunity, for the differential that you represent in this activity.

President of the TJMT’s Restorative Justice Management Nucleus, judge Clarice Claudino recalled the scenario experienced today, but which had already been projected a few years ago. “Twelve years ago, when we installed Nupemec, saying that today we would be installing Cejusc from the Public Treasury, they would call me once again and dreamy. More recently, we have seen how difficult it is to talk about conciliation in the public sector, the public sector in general. I’m sure that in a little while, talking about an agreement won’t cause any more surprise or fright, on the contrary. Today we are planting and we are sure that the fruits will be tastier for those who will come after us.”

The Deputy Attorney General for Justice, Planning and Management, Elen Curi, said that this is an important step in the search for more adequate and effective treatments in conflicts affecting the public treasury.

“As coordinator of the Permanent Nucleus for Incentives to Self-composition and of the State Self-composition Nucleus of the Public Ministry, I am convinced that self-composition tools represent the best path to be followed so that we can transform the various conflicts, in the most diverse fields, find pacification recommended in the preamble of our constitution”, he highlighted.

Francisco Lopes de Assis, Attorney General of the State, in this act, representing the Executive Power of the State, recalled that the Cejusc of the Public Treasury has been thought for many years, with the judge Clarice Claudino da Silva, a precursor in the sphere of social pacification in the Judiciary Mato Grosso.

“For us it is a source of great satisfaction and pride to be able to sign this term, overcoming the barriers of composition. How difficult it is for the public farm to talk about composition. Judge Clarice worked a lot with us during the pandemic”.

The coordinator of the Cejusc of the Public Treasury will be judge Agamenon Alcântara Moreno Júnior, of the 3rd Specialized Court of the Public Treasury. He explains that the new Cejusc has two initial aspects, one for legal proceedings, which are already underway, and another for proceedings that have not yet been filed, the extrajudicial ones. “We now have, through Do Cejusc, the possibility of taking the first step. Conciliation needs exactly that, that the parties involved build this flow, understand that it is not just a door that opens, but it is a door that needs to be understood by the actors, that the use is important, but as important as it is for the Power Judiciary is for those involved and this needs to be understood and built.”

The ceremony was attended by the deputy mayor of Cuiabá, José Roberto Stopa, the public defender and coordinator of the Civil Nucleus of Cuiabá, Fernanda Maria Cícero de Sá, secretary general of the Brazilian Bar Association, Mato Grosso section, president of the Mato Grosso Association. grossense dos Magistrates (AMAM), judge Thiago Souza Nogueira de Abreu, coordinator judge of Nupemec, Cristiane Padim da Silva, Secretary of the State of Finance, Fábio Fernandes Pimenta, in addition to civil servants of the Judiciary, State and Municipality of Cuiabá.

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Image description: Photo1: judge Mario Kono signs, on a brown table, the act of installation of Cejusc of the Public Treasury. He wears a gray suit and white shirt. Photo 2: Corregidor José Zuquim speaks during the ceremony at the microphone. He wears a dark blue long-sleeved shirt with royal blue suspenders. In the background appear the flags, from left to right, of Mato Grosso, Brazil and the Judiciary. Photo 3: Judge Clarice Claudino wears a black long-sleeved blouse. She is behind a transparent pulpit and speaks into the microphone. Photo 4: Judge Agamemnon Alcântara in an open photo where he appears from the side, full body, with a blue suit and speaks behind the transparent pulpit to those present.

Dani Cunha/Photos: Alair Ribeiro

Communications Coordination of the Presidency of the TJMT

Source: MT Court of Justice

The article is in Portuguese

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