Number of judges leaving the career in Brazil is growing

One of the most coveted careers in the country, the judiciary, seems to be losing its charm.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Beginning with the negative exposure that has been blown up by the "lavajatism" campaign - in which attempts are made to place all judges under suspicion, especially those who confront the rampant populism that has taken over the country.

Precise figures are unavailable, but the increase in responsibilities, with a greater workload, pressure for targets, and the loss of purchasing power are ejecting some of the best judges from the courts in advance.

Leaving the career before "expulsion" has its price. Quitting implies a significant reduction in remuneration. You give up 1/3 vacation, the bonus for . . .

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