Commentators on the 3 in 1 program spoke about the letter obtained by Jovem Pan and questioned the STF’s decisions about the use of electronic ankle bracelets during exams
The former deputy and president of the PTB, Robert Jefferson, remains hospitalized in Rio de Janeiro, but stated that he was unable to take exams because he has no authorization from the Supreme Federal Court (STF) to remove the electronic anklet. “So far I have not obtained authorization from the Supreme Court to remove the anklet, as this week is intended for imaging and catheterization exams”, wrote Roberto Jefferson in a letter, which the Young pan had access. the minister Alexandre de Moraes authorized the transfer of the former deputy to the hospital on September 4, but determined that he must use the electronic equipment while undergoing medical treatment. Wanted by the report, the STF said it would not comment. In the letter, Roberto Jefferson also commented on the decision that determined that he pay compensation of R$ 300 thousand to the governor of Rio Grande do Sul, Eduardo Leite (PSDB), for homophobic offences. The PTB president stated that the amount is “an absurd” and again offended the governor.
During your participation in the program 3 in 1 the commentator Rodrigo Constantino spoke about Roberto Jefferson’s letter, saying that, even though he is someone “with no restraint in his language”, the former deputy is still a political prisoner and again criticized the actions of the STF, citing the deputy’s arrest Daniel Silveira. “I tend to agree that Roberto Jefferson is someone very rude and that he doesn’t have much language, but this is not a crime. The main point for me in this whole story is to remember that he is a political prisoner. And the same STF that released André do Rap keeps Daniel Silveira, deputy with parliamentary immunity, in prison. If there was an agreement or not for another letter, this one in a softer tone written by President Bolsonaro, we are waiting for this group to fulfill their part”, analyzed Constantino. the commentator Bruna Torlay he also spoke about the topic, saying that there is a lack of adequate treatment for the issue by the STF. “It is the Supreme Court’s negligence not to understand how the medical procedures are (done) and to what extent the anklet might be a device that hinders the examinations for cancer,” he concluded.
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