Minister Luís Roberto Barroso, of the Federal Supreme Court, maintained the temporary suspension of evictions and evictions, including for rural areas, until October 31, 2022. The minister also asked the STF Presidency to convene an extraordinary session of the Virtual Plenary.
The term of the precautionary measure that prevents evictions and removals was in force until this Thursday (30).
According to the minister, it will be necessary to return to normality in a gradual and staggered way, and in this scenario it will be necessary to ensure that collective evictions – in the most appropriate solution for the case – are carried out with full respect for the dignity of dispossessed families.
“It is true that, like the right to housing, the right to property has constitutional protection. This does not mean, however, that removals may occur without due care given to the socially vulnerable situation in which the people involved find themselves. Evictions with violence, disorder and disregard for the rights to health, physical and psychological integrity, housing and due process of those affected must be rejected, as they are not compatible with the constitutional order,” he said.
For Barroso, not only because of health circumstances, but also political ones, it is recommended that the Supreme Court not immediately implement a transitional regime, giving the Legislative Power a reasonable period to discipline the matter.
“However, the possibility of judicial intervention in case of omission cannot be ruled out”, he said. The minister accepted a request made by political parties and movements in mid-June
Source: CNN Brasil