The Supreme Court (STF) postponed to this Thursday (9) the continuity of the assessment of the case of the timeframe, thesis that affects indigenous rights by restricting the guarantee of tenure over traditional territories.
The judgment of the subject was resumed on Wednesday (8), but it was suspended early on, even before the rapporteur, Edson Fachin, could conclude the vote.
The judgment of the timeframe began on the 26th. Last week, the Court closed the phase of oral arguments, in which there were 39 statements by parties to the process. When Fachin ends the presentation of the vote, another nine ministers must take a stand on the case.
Indigenous people are still mobilized in Brasília (DF) to monitor the outcome of the vote. Representatives from different communities in the country are camped in the city, which is also hosting the II National March of Indigenous Women.
The latter concentrates more than 4,000 female leaders who, together, articulate against the time frame. The group brings together children, women and elderly people from more than 150 different peoples.
Traditional communities also organize protest activities in other parts of the country. In Mato Grosso do Sul, for example, at least 10 stretches of road were blocked by indigenous people. They are on BRs 163, 267, 262 and 463, according to information from the local press.
Edition: Leandro Melito