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Chamber approves bill that transforms TJDFT positions

The Chamber of Deputies approved this Tuesday (29), a bill that transforms vacant positions of assistant and judicial technician into positions of judicial analyst at the Court of Justice of the Federal District and Territories (TJDFT). The project is authored by the TJDFT itself and is now being analyzed by the Senate.Chamber approves bill that transforms TJDFT positions

According to the approved text, four positions of judicial assistant and 192 positions of judicial technician will be used for the creation of 118 positions of the judicial analyst career, all of the permanent staff of Justice of the Federal District and Territories.

The project’s rapporteur, deputy Celina Leão (PP-DF), accepted amendments presented by parliamentarians and included two changes: the requirement of a complete higher education course to enter the position of judicial technician and the explicit provision in the project that the positions of analyst and of technician are essential to the judicial activity.

Fighting Cancer

Also in this Tuesday’s session, deputies approved the Senate amendment to Bill 400/19, which establishes July as the National Month for Combating Head and Neck Cancer. The matter follows the presidential sanction.

The text of the Chamber was approved in 2018 and the approved amendment removed from the text the obligation for the public authority to carry out, in July of each year, awareness and dissemination campaigns on risks, damages, forms of prevention, risk factors, causes of development and other relevant information related to cancers that affect the body regions of the head and neck.

* With information from the Câmara de Notícias Agency

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