The Brazilian Agribusiness Association (Abag) is among the signatory entities of the manifesto that the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (Fiesp) is preparing with a request for harmony between the three Powers. Confirmation of Abag’s signature to the manifesto was given by the organisation’s president, Marcello Brito, this Sunday, 29, to Broadcast, Grupo Estado’s real-time news system.
“We analyzed the manifesto and accepted to participate by requesting the maintenance of democracy and harmony between the Powers”, said Brito.
According to Brito, the invitation for Abag to sign the manifest was made by the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá). “We know that every democracy has tougher and softer moments, but democracy is the best system we have, allowing for adjustments and negotiations. We need harmony between the Powers, freedom to work and legal security in the country”, he said.
The Fiesp manifesto, entitled “The square belongs to the Three Powers” and which should be released next Tuesday, says that harmony “has to be the rule” between the three Powers and that it is “primary” for all occupants of relevant positions in the Republic follow what the Constitution imposes.
In the document, civil society organizations say that “they see with great concern the escalation of tensions and hostilities between public authorities.”
The entities affirm that the moment demands, more than ever, approximation and cooperation between the Legislative, Judiciary and Executive branches and that each one acts with “responsibility within the limits of its competence”.
“The moment demands serenity, dialogue, political peace, institutional stability and, above all, a focus on urgent and necessary actions and measures for Brazil to overcome the pandemic, grow again, generate jobs and thus reduce the social needs that reach large segments of the population”, says the text.
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