The National Association of Federal Police Delegates (ADPF) has sent a public letter to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro requesting the “full autonomy” of the new director-general following the controversial resignation of former Justice Minister Sergio Moro. Learn more about the decision, Mauricio To remove Valeixo, one of his trusted men.
In the letter calling on the President to publicly commit and guarantee the “full autonomy” of the future Director General of the Federal Police to form a team without any obligation to provide information to the Federal Government, all possible doubts about possible interventions must be eliminated . in the institution.
In addition, according to the local news portal G1, the ADPF demands the opportunity to elect its own CEO and to have sufficient financial autonomy. “If this week’s events had not happened and we had not experienced these circumstances, there would not be a crisis of confidence that was triggered by both the population and the federal police delegates,” the letter said.
As the company has said, the adoption of the proposed measures would restore “confidence” in the federal police force and dispel “any doubts” about its functioning and independence.