In the midst of the crisis and on the eve of the election, STF rules parliamentarism

In the midst of the crisis and on the eve of the election, STF rules parliamentarism

Proposal envisages replacing presidentialism through constitutional amendment without listening to the main stakeholder: the people

The Federal Supreme Court (STF) set for June 20 the judgment of an action as extemporaneous as controversial, which questions the possibility of changing the system of government, from the current presidentialism to parliamentarianism, without having to consult the population. .The change would be through a simple Proposed Amendment to the Constitution (PEC).The case, now unearthed by President Cármen Lúcia, had been standing in that court for over 20 years, and was proposed by then-federal deputy Jaques Wagner in 1997.Seemingly of no use at the present time, the subject can turn into a dangerous ingredient, however, capable of generating further confusion in an already troubled political, economic and social scenario.What's worse, it can scramble the electoral process and compromise the election, in ...


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