The suspension of the two restrictive measures imposed on Minas Gerais municipalities classified in the purple wave of the Minas Consciente happens after the approval of a lawsuit filed by state deputy Bruno Engler (PRTB). “The home is inviolable. We entered with a popular action, which was rejected in the first instance, and in the second, we managed to reach an agreement ”, said the parliamentarian to O Tempo. At the moment, 13 of the 14 State Health macroregions are classified in the purple wave, including that of Juiz de Fora.
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Thus, the suspension was agreed until next Wednesday, when there will be another meeting of the state committee to confront Covid-19. The deputy, however, does not rule out appealing to the Judiciary again if the two measures are resumed. According to O Tempo, the meeting that sewed the agreement took place on Monday afternoon without the presence of Governor Romeu Zema (Novo), represented by the Secretary-General of the Government, Mateus Simões (Novo).
Also according to the newspaper, at lunchtime, there was a meeting of Gilson Lemos, president of the TJMG, with the high level of the Government. According to the report, the governor, the Secretary-General, Mateus Simões, the Secretary of State for Health, Fábio Baccheretti, the president of the Federation of Industries of the State of Minas Gerais (FIEMG), Flávio Roscoe, and the judge also attended the meeting. José Arthur Filho, Deputy Administrative Superintendent of the TJMG.
The newspaper O Estado de Minas reported the position of the President of the Court of Justice of Minas Gerais (TJMG), Gilson Soares Lemes. “We got an important decision from the power. As of today, two measures are suspended: the curfew and the ban on social visits at home. Governor Romeu Zema promised us that they will seek to repeal these two measures within the committee. ”
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