Federal Judge Sergio Moro met with Justice Minister Torquato Jardim this afternoon (8) to discuss the government's transition. In January, Moro will take over the Supreme Court of Justice and Public Security under Jair Bolsonaro. Future ministers said security-related dissatisfaction is a message from polls, and the country wants legislative measures approved to "equalize" the issue.
"The elections conveyed the message that a large population dissatisfaction caused by public security is a serious problem that needs to be addressed and difficult to address." Partly, it is equal to the execution measures, regardless of the laws, but a moment. Suitable for the presentation of a legislative project, "he said.
He added that a part of the 10 anti-corruption measures submitted by the public prosecutor's office could be rescued in a legal package to be submitted to the Congress, but other points would be thrown away. She didn't want to elaborate on what to move.
Böylece It would be awful to advance some of these ideas without being mature enough, The idea is a powerful but simple plan, so it will be briefly approved in the Congress. [Um plano] anti-corruption and organized anticrime. These are the two priorities of the next administration. "
Moro, answering questions asked about the overcrowding of the country's prisons, confessed that it is necessary to create vacancies in the sector and advocates the hardening of serious perpetrators. "In the prison system, in my opinion, it is clear that it is often not possible to make a gentle treatment of extreme gravity offenses." A few years in prison, the people, qualified cases of murder, Hardening needs, Birkaç he added.
The meeting of Torquato and Moro took less than an hour. With quick words, he wished good luck for the current minister, and said that if he repeats his "bright" role in magic, he will be able to manage his briefcase.
Sergio Moro stressed that he wants to continue the work in the region and to deepen what he thinks in recent years. "The aim is to continue the good work done, to continue the good projects carried out, to avoid getting out of continuity. Said.
edition: Davi Oliveira