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Electoral Justice determines removal of panels that associate left with criminal faction in Porto Alegre

A partner at the company that installed the panels, businessman Leonardo Zigon Hoffmann, said that, in view of the repercussions and requests from two managers, the screens will be removed.

“We decided, Sunday, in agreement with the advertiser, regardless of the order of the government (which we have not yet received), to make the withdrawals. , it says.

The news of irregularity in electoral propaganda, filed in the 113th Electoral Zone of Porto Alegre, requested the removal of billboards due to early electoral propaganda.

“I note that the electoral legislation, more precisely the Elections Law, its article 36 establishes that electoral propaganda is only allowed after August 15 of the election year. And article 36-A regulates the permitted hypotheses of early demonstration of an electoral nature. However, the aforementioned foolish creation of a billboard in the manner observed in the news does not appear”, says electoral judge Márcio André Keppler Fraga in the decision.

The Public Ministry of Rio Grande do Sul (MP-RS) had already issued a investigation warrant requesting information from the company responsible for installing the panels. The MP asked the Electoral Court for the company to provide the contracts, the names of the people who hired them and the invoices for payments for the services.

The panels were installed in the São João and Bom Fim neighborhoods — the latter facing the Conceição viaduct, one of the main exits from the Capital.

Two giant panels about 7 de Setembro were installed in Porto Alegre. The banners associate the left with the criminal faction First Command of the Capital (PCC) and with the release of bandits. The panels, installed on the external walls of buildings in the Capital, have two columns.

On the left, green and yellow and with the Brazilian flag, phrases and words such as “life”, “freedom”, “armed people”, “Christian values”, “bandit on the loose” and “in favor of the police”. The column on the right, done in red and black and with the hammer and sickle – symbols of communism – are terms like “abortion”, “censorship”, “unarmed people”, “gender ideology”, “bandit on the loose” and “in favor of the CCP”.

Founded in São Paulo, but active inside and outside prisons across the country, the PCC has already handled more than R$30 billion through a conglomerate of more than 70 companies, including a fuel distributor, according to PF investigations.

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