Minister Gilmar Mendes, of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), decided today (17) withdraw from the Labor Court and send to the Federal Court a public civil action against the president of the Palmares Foundation, Sérgio Camargo.
The minister maintained, however, the precautionary measure that removed Camargo from the foundation’s human resources management. In the action, the manager was accused by the Public Ministry of Labor (MPT) of moral harassment against servers and employees.
When determining the Federal Court as competent to judge the action, Mendes accepted arguments from the Palmares Foundation itself. For the body, the Supreme Court has already established the incompetence of the Labor Court to prosecute and judge cases between the Public Power and civil servants.
The minister understood that, despite to have as a scope of issues related to the world of work, the action aims to contest administrative acts and remove Camargo from the command of Palmares, an issue that attracts jurisdiction to the Federal Court.
Mendes stated, however, that the seriousness of the facts that led to the granting of the precautionary measure justify the maintenance of the measure. “Recent public statements by the president of Fundação Palmares reinforce his inclination to practice discriminatory acts motivated by persecution, racism and social stigmatization”, wrote the minister.
On his Twitter account, Camargo commented on Gilmar Mendes’ decision. “The lawsuit for moral harassment left the Labor Court and was sent to the Federal Court, where it should have been from the beginning. We will prove that the accusations are narratives created by ‘rightists’ who I have had the misfortune to name in collusion with leftist militants,” he wrote.
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