Moraes, of the Supreme Court (STF), determined a deadline of 24 hours for the companies that run the social networks to take down the PCO profiles

This Monday (20), according to a story in Veja magazine, Minister Alexandre de Moraes, of the Supreme Court (STF), determined a deadline of 24 hours for the companies that run the social networks to take down the PCO profiles. They are: Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, Tiktok and Instagram. In addition to the Party’s social networks, the minister also ordered the blocking of Causa Operária TV, a YouTube channel that belongs to a CNPJ distinct from that of the Workers Cause Party.

The information released by Veja repeats the same grotesque pattern of Operation car wash and the “fake news” inquiry itself, when the press learned that the PCO would be investigated by the STF even before the Party was notified. The blocking of the Party’s profiles is a result of the inclusion of the PCO in the “fake news” inquiry for allegedly using public money to attack “democratic institutions”.

As explained by the Party, neither the PCO receives public money – except during election periods – nor has it attacked such institutions, but it has criticized the actions of the Supreme Court justices and proposed, as part of its democratic program, a reform of the Judiciary.

Both the PCO and the Telegram network filed an appeal against Alexandre de Moraes’ arbitrary decision. The minister, however, decided to overrule.

The Party will still make an official statement on the matter, denouncing the event and orienting its supporters. For now, the comrades of Causa Operária TV ask everyone to access the partner channels: Radio Causa Operária, the DCO channel, the PCO channel and the PCO channel on the Rumble platform.

Writing of the DCO
Published on: 21/06/22 – 00:01
Issue no. 6777 – Tuesday – 21/06/2022

https://www.causaoperaria.org.br/rede/dco/politica/judiciario/moraes-da-24-horas-para-redes-bloquearem-perfis-do-pco/

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