Court Orders Reopening of Cartoon Exhibition Censored by City of Porto Alegre

The week when Brazil's independence is being celebrated, some of the pieces question the country's sovereignty over Donald Trump's United States; others denounce the indigenous, environmental and human rights issues.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A local court has ruled that the cartoons critical of President Jair Bolsonaro and his administration, censored by the President of the Porto Alegre City Council at the beginning of the month, are again to be displayed to the public in the lobby of the Municipal Building.

The ruling, made Thursday September 12th, determines that the cartoons be "promptly repositioned" in the same venue and during the same twelve days previously established. Judge Cristiano Vilhalba Flores, of the 3rd Public Finance Court issued the decision on Thursday.

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