Delegates of the Brazilian Federal Police will carry out strikes to put pressure on the government

Another proposal approved by the assembly was the request for the resignation of Minister of Justice and Public Security Anderson Torres. The delegates refer to the "discrediting and disrespectful treatment of the Federal Police and the Minister himself by the President of the Republic."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The delegates of the PF (Federal Police) decided to carry out strikes to pressure President Jair Bolsonaro to implement the restructuring of the career.

This decision was taken at the General Assembly of the ADPF (National Association of Deputies of the Federal Police), which closed on Tuesday (3).

According to the association, the strikes will partially and gradually affect certain agency services. A calendar of dates and activities to be suspended has yet to be determined.

The category hopes to align the movements with other representative units of the PF. Read the Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?