TST President backs out of ban on cleavage in court

TST President backs out of ban on cleavage in court

João Batista Brito Pereira wanted to ban trousers, miniskirts, shorts, flat sandals, shorts, transparencies, among other models

TST President, João Batista Brito PereiraReproduction Superior Labor CourtThe president of the Superior Labor Court (TST), João Batista Brito Pereira, announced on Saturday night (5), the repeal of the controversial act that created rules on the use of clothes and prevented the building with trousers , miniskirts, transparencies and necklines, torn jeans, shorts, shorts, flat sandals.In a statement, the TST informs that the revocation of the act will be sent for publication on Monday (6).This new rule has come as a surprise to servers and even ministers.Article 1 of the act stated that only persons who came forward with "decorum and neatness" would have access to the Court.It would apply to employees, trainees, apprentices, visitors, and even court-attorneys.The text discriminated by sex the type of clothing that would be prohibited.The use of flip-flops and flip-flops would also be prohibited "except on medical advice."Earlier, TST's press office claimed th...


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