Brazil: Further information: Bill leading to military impunity approved
The Brazilian Senate has approved a proposed bill which will transfer to the Military Court the ability to try human rights violations, such as killings and extrajudicial executions, which have been carried out by military personnel against civilians. This contradicts the fundamental principles of fair trial, judicial independence and impartiality of the decisions. It is now up to the President of Brazil to fully veto or sign the Bill into law.
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