Issue 725 of Issue 725: 100 Days of War in Ukraine, Javari Valley Disappeared, US Gun Epidemic, Polarized Supreme and New Health Insurance Rule | Subject

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# 721: War in Ukraine – 100 Day Study

The Kiev government occupies about 20% of the territory occupied by the invaders, killing at least 14 million people a day, destroying cities and forcing their homes to leave at least 14 million people, if not the country. For Russia, which was expected to carry out a rapid low-resistance operation, the balance sheet includes the loss of generals and the burden of unprecedented sanctions. In common, both sides continue to claim victory on the battlefield. “The war is very costly, with long-term consequences for the whole world,” said Tanguy Baghdadi, a professor of international relations. It refers to the widespread rise in prices and the risk of shortages of essential items such as grain, fuel and fertilizers. In a conversation with Renata Lo Prete, Tanguy examines the attitude of North America: “We see the formation of two completely separate blocks.” It would be the result of a US-led dispute with Russia and China. For him It is not surprising that Vladimir Putin has announced that he has “won the war” as soon as he takes full control of eastern Ukraine and the country’s southern corridor. Ukraine, on the other hand, needs more: not only to end the conflict, but also to establish diplomatic agreements that prevent “another war in two years’ time.”

# 722: Missing in the Javari Valley

The disappearance of Bruno Pereira, a licensed Funicular worker and British journalist Dom Phillips, has gained international acclaim, with a focus on the ongoing catastrophe in a land inhabited by the largest concentration of isolated indigenous peoples in the world. Both had great experience crossing the region, last seen on Sunday morning on their way to Atalaia do Norte (AM), near the Peruvian border. During the trip, Dom hoped to gather testimonies from residents, who were constantly threatened by miners, carpenters and all sorts of illegal activities. In an interview with Renata Lo Preteri, Eliesio Marubo Vale do Javari (Univaja), the prosecutor of the Indigenous Union, reports on the threats that Bruno, himself and his colleague Beto Marubo were suffering. Journalist Rubens Valente, author of Os Fuzis e as Flechas, also talks about attacks on indigenous peoples during the dictatorship. “In the new funai,” he says, using a phrase taken from the Bolsonaro government, “the state has shrunk,” he summed up. In the Amazon, which is winning crime, Rubens warned, “journalists and officials have become another target.”

# 723: Sniper epidemic in the US

Buffalo, Uvalde, Chattanooga … Since the beginning of the year, the U.S. has recorded 244 shootings, 256 dead, according to data from The Washington Post. Last weekend, when the massacre of children at a Texas State school was still fresh in the memory, 11 people were killed in several cities. Speaking to Renata Lo Prete, Guga Chacra explained that at least two types of violence are on the rise: gang violence and lone gunmen, the latter being a distinctive feature of the United States, where the proportion of weapons per capita is highest. munduan.munduan. A GloboNews commentator and columnist for the newspaper O Globo, Guga cites factors such as the power of the arms lobby and the composition of the Supreme Court to justify his skepticism. “There is not the slightest chance of a significant increase in restrictions”he says, despite the pain of families and the movement in that direction of young people.

# 724: Supreme Polarized

As tensions between the country’s top executive and the Supreme Court escalated, the Supreme Electoral Court appeared. In October last year, 6-1, the TSE annulled the mandate of Fernando Francischini (former PSL, now União Brasil) of the Bolshevik MP, who posted fake news on his social networks against electronic voting machines, jeopardizing fairness. In the 2018 elections. It lasted little, almost nothing: in less than a week, the decision reached the Second Jury of the Supreme Court, and upheld the ruling of the TSE. Eloísa Machado for FGV Professor of Constitutional Law It is a measure that shows “harmony” between the two courts to “preserve the integrity of the election,” even if it identifies a “combined game” between Nunes Marques and André Mendonça, the president’s second STF appointment.. “This is what the polarized environment in politics creates in the Supreme Court,” said Débora Santos, a justice analyst at XP Investimentos. In an interview with Julia Duailibi, the former STF Communications Secretary reinforces this “The environment is not normal,” but it unites the court’s sense of self-preservation rather than separating the minister.

# 725: New rule for health plan

Talita Negri and her 3-year-old daughter travel nearly 1,000 miles to get proper treatment for her health problem. to help Victoria with microcephaly with motor and intellectual disabilities, she went to court and the medical care company demanded that she fund the cost of specialized clinics and professionals. “Today, he can stand on his own two feet,” Talita said proudly in a statement to the theme group. Such stories may be even rarer once the STJ, from 6 to 3, has defined the need for a detailed list of procedures by the National Supplemental Health Agency. That is, health plans are exempt from offering any treatment or therapy that is not on the ANS list. But, as Dr. Lígia Bahia points out, there is a “comma” in the text that allows for exceptions. In an interview with Julia Duailibi, the professor and coordinator of the UERJ’s collective health research team explained why the judges in cases 1 and 2 must recognize the “abuses and absurd interpretations” of health plans. However He is concerned about the “big blackmail” that companies use to justify price increases and influence ANS decisions – his job is to defend consumer rights – but he is “clearly” on the other side. He also talks about the pressure this measure could put on the Common Health System: “SUS was for the poor and health plans were less for the poor.”

podcast Subject producers: Mônica Mariotti, Isabel Seta, Lorena Lara, Tiago Aguiar, Gabriel de Campos, Luiz Felipe Silva, Thiago Kaczuroski, Eto Osclighter and Gustavo Honório. Presentation: Renata Lo Prete. Also this week at the presentation of Júlia Dualibi

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