Judgment of the breathalyzer test, new fine to Daniel Silveira and more than May 19

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The decision of the Federal Supreme Court that considers it constitutional to penalize drivers who refuse to take the breathalyzer test, and the new fine that Minister Alexandre de Moraes imposed on federal deputy Daniel Silveira (PTB-RJ), are among the highlights of this Wednesday. fair (19).

Breathalyzer test

The Federal Supreme Court (STF) ruled that the sanctions imposed by Prohibition on drivers who refuse to take the breathalyzer test are constitutional. The plenary of the Court responded to a request from the Traffic Department of Rio Grande do Sul (Detran/RS), which appealed from a favorable decision of the Court of Justice of Rio Grande do Sul (TJRS) to a motorcyclist who refused to do the alcohol test.

New fine to Daniel Silveira

Minister Alexandre de Moraes, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), decided to maintain all the restrictions imposed on deputy Daniel Silveira (PTB-RJ) – including the use of an electronic ankle bracelet -, and fined the parliamentarian R$ 105 thousand due to the non-compliance with the measures defined above.

According to the minister, the conduct of the parliamentarian, “who insists on disrespecting the precautionary measures imposed, reveals his complete contempt for the Judiciary, behavior verified on several occasions during the course of this criminal action and which justified the establishment of a daily fine”.

Project vote that limits ICMS

The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), said that the plenary of the House will vote next Tuesday (24) on a bill that establishes a ceiling for ICMS collection for products such as fuel and energy. On Twitter, Lira said that the Complementary Law Project (PLP) 18/22 changes the classification of fuels, electricity, telecommunications and transport to essential goods and services. With the change, ICMS would have a maximum collection rate of 17%.

GDP and IPCA projection

The federal government’s economic team increased the projection for the IPCA (Broad Consumer Price Index), considering the country’s official inflation, from 6.55% to 7.9% in 2022. For next year, the estimate was from 3.25% to 3.6%. The Brazilian GDP growth expectation for this year was maintained at 1.5%, and at 2.5% for next year. The projections were published in the MacroFiscal Bulletin of the Ministry of Economy.

US announces new aid to Ukraine

The Joe Biden administration has announced yet another $100 million security package for Ukraine, while the president is expected to sign a bill authorizing billions more in assistance. The additional security assistance that “will provide Ukraine with additional artillery, radar and other equipment that they are already using so effectively on the battlefield,” Biden said in a statement.


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*Posted by Renata Souza

Source: CNN Brasil

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