Coronavirus: Brazil, ok Corte in Bolsonaro without mask – Last Hour


(ANSA) – ROME, JULY 01 – A Brazilian federal judge has
yesterday canceled an order that imposed on President Jair
Bolsonaro to wear the mask in public: from now on
the head of state will then be able to circulate freely face to face
discovered without the risk of being fined. Cnn reports it.

Bolsonaro’s lawyers had appealed on Friday
last against the previous court decision, which had been
issued on June 26 by judge Renato Borelli on the basis of a
federal government decree published April 30
last which imposed the use of the mask in public under penalty of one
fine of 2,000 real per day ($ 366).

For his part, Judge Daniele Maranhão Costa, of the
Federal Regional Court, ruled that an injunction is not
appropriate in this case against Bolsonaro, stressing that
the judiciary is not the right place to resolve this type
of question. (HANDLE).


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