RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal Supreme Court (STF) by a 9 - 1 vote of its Justices, has ordered the suspension of any actions by the Ministry of Justice to produce or share data on "anti-fascist" citizens. According to the Justices, the portfolio headed by Minister André Mendonça is banned from collecting data on the personal life, personal or political choices and civic practices exercised by government opponents.
Last Wednesday, August 19th, the rapporteur of the case, Justice Cármen Lúcia, voted against the monitoring of government opponents. With harsh messages to the Planalto, the Justice said . . .