By Ana Carolina Curvello
The recent decisions of Minister Alexandre de Moraes, president of the Brazilian Superior Electoral Court (TSE), to remove the social network profiles of federal deputies Bia Kicis (PL, right) and Cabo Junio Amaral (PL) and to maintain the blocking of the social networks of Carla Zambelli (PL) are being criticized in the legal community by lawyers who consider the decisions unconstitutional.
Without notification or justification for blocking their social networks, the parliamentarians were only informed by the platforms that Minister Moraes made the determination.
And in the decision that maintained the blocking of Zambelli's networks . . .