A federal judge in Rio de Janeiro has banned Chancellor Gabriel Monteiro (PL-RJ) from recording and posting videos in the state’s health units, without permission from the relevant bodies and the doctors seen in the photos. The lawsuit was filed by Cremerj (Regional Board of Medicine of the State of Rio de Janeiro).
In the decision of Federal Judge Marcelo Barbe Gonçalves, of the Sixth Federal Court of Rio, in the event of non-compliance, the council member will be fined R$50,000 for each video released. There is also an additional BRL 50 per view. In addition, Gabriel Monteiro must submit all registrations made in public health units within 48 hours, subject to a daily fine of R$1,000.
In addition to not being able to record content without prior contact, the politician, user and former policeman will also not be able to use escorts to enter these places, and they must always be unarmed. The decision also applies to videos from other public bodies in which the servers appear.
Kremerg claims the parliamentarian recorded the videos with the aim of showing “irregularities”, but does not respect the “legal limits of the inspection”. For the agency, the consultant edits photos in a biased manner, which represents his “exciting and promotional scope with the ultimate goal of earning profit from posting videos.”“.
“The aforementioned videos clearly show that the defendant did not abide by the legal limits of the search. On the pretext of exercising his functions, he abused the authority granted to him, by entering the hospital units surrounded by people who appeared to be from his team, entering several places in the hospital without observing sanitary norms, in addition to storming the place designated for the doctors’ resting place. who are treated in a rude and arrogant manner,” according to the decision.
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