The president of the National Council of Justice (CNJ), Minister Rosa Weber, participated today (20) in the first session in charge of the collegiate. During a speech given at the opening of the session, the minister said that her management will seek the efficiency of justice and the defense of human rights and the environment.
Among the measures that will be taken are actions to combat the number of under-registrations of paternity, the expansion of the civil identification of citizens, the location of missing persons and the fight against child labor and work analogous to slavery.
“We will seek quick answers to disputes related to subsistence and family life, such as childhood, family, domestic, labor and social security violence,” said the minister.
On September 12, Rosa Weber took office as president of the CNJ and the Federal Supreme Court (STF). Rosa Weber will be in charge of the organs for about a year. In October 2023, when she will be 75 years old, the minister will have to retire compulsorily.