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What is the STF's share of blame for the deaths in Vila Cruzeiro, in Rio?

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In this episode of the podcast O Papo É, the columnists of Gazeta do Povo Rodrigo Constantino and Guilherme Fiuza talk about:

  • The police operation in Vila Cruzeiro this Tuesday (24), in Rio de Janeiro, left 19 dead. As has happened whenever this type of action has taken place, there has been intense polarization, with arguments justifying the action and others condemning it. But in this case we have a new element: the PM blamed the STF and said that thanks to the decision that limited police incursions into Rio’s favelas during the pandemic, criminals are migrating to RJ. What is the STF’s share of blame in these deaths?

  • Deputy General Peternelli (PSL-SP) presented a PEC that allows charging tuition at public universities. According to the proposal, the monthly fee would remain free to students without financial conditions, which would be evaluated by a university committee. The project was criticized by deputies from the PT and PSOL and by the National Union of Students, the UNE.


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