Supreme Court on the Agenda

Impediment and Suspicion of Federal Supreme Court ministers

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The research evaluated the effectiveness of the allegations of impediment and suspicion at the Supreme Court as mechanisms to ensure impartiality. The goal was to deepen the diagnosis that no allegation of impediment or suspicion was brought to trial by the Plenary. From an empirical, quantitative, and qualitative analysis of the rite and content of the decisions on the complaints, it was possible to conclude that the Supreme Court has a consistent and plausible jurisprudence for  denying follow-up to the allegations of impediment and suspicion. However, the rite lacks transparency and is conducted with deference nuances. Therefore, the results of controlling the impartiality of ministers can even be attained, but without the reputational gain corresponding to their performance.

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