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Lawyers in Brazil to bring Bolsonaro to international court

Lawyers in Brazil to bring Bolsonaro to international court

Brasilia, June 10 (Prensa Latina) Brazil Lawyers Order(BLO) intends to bring President Jair Bolsonaro, who keeps his irresponsible handling of fight against Covid-19, to international court for crimes against humanity.
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According to Rede Brasil Atual portal, International Court in the Netherlands has already convicted in all its history several world leaders for crimes against humanity, including genocide.

BLO will wait for the final report from the Parliamentary Investigation Commission(PIC) giving its assessment of government´s management on the pathogen to direct their actions to world courts.

According to the site, a lawyers team from the organization is working on such matter and reached the conclusion that Bolsonaro did commit such transgressions in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus responsible for the disease.

Therefore, there was negligence to acquire vaccins, minimize the seriousness of the pandemic, lack of incentive to adopt restrictive measures and the promotion of the so-called non- scientifically proven evidence early treatment.

Likewise, he was indolent in the Amazon crisis´ management, the lack of many supplies and the indigenous genocide.

For BLO, the President and his government´s omission and irresponsibility have cost so far until this Tuesday 474 thousand deaths in the country due to Covid-19(presently nearing 480 thousand).


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