City Hall had 10 days to comply with decision, but appealed for more time
O Court of Justice of São Paulo (TJ-SP) on Tuesday, 11, overturned the preliminary injunction that obliged the city of São Paulo to distribute tablets to students from the municipal network in up to ten days. In the provisional decision of April 26, Judge Luís Antônio Nocito Echevarria had granted a request from the Feminist bench do PSOL in the City Council and determined that the municipality should deliver, within this period, the tablets e chips already acquired. However, this Monday, 10th, the judge Nogueira Diefenthäler overturned the injunction, accepting arguments from the city Hall about the need for a longer term. The judge considered that the delivery of the equipment in ten days could cause damage to the treasury, that is, damage to the public coffers. In addition, Diefenthäler considered the municipality’s argument that the acquisition of chips and data packages for internet access is still in the bidding phase. He pointed to the time demand for installing applications to locate the devices and test the functioning of the 465,500. tablets before delivery to students.
* With information from Agência Brasil