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quarta-feira, 21 de novembro de 2012

Superman Brazilian ... flesh and blood, with protective cover and super-powers: Joaquim Barbosa

Joaquim Barbosa - President of the Supreme Court (Superior Tribunal of Justice of Brazil)

Is Superman? No!

It is the Batman? No!

It's Obama? No!

  It is the Machado de Assis? No!

It's Rui Barbosa? No!

Is Luther King? No, is the Minister Joaquim Barbosa, Brazilian Our Hero, after decades of national mediocrity!!

Prime Minister of STF black, in History of the Supreme Court of Brazil, now elected President of the Supreme Court of Brazil.

Superhero-Brazilian, our Super-Man, flesh and blood ...

Entitled to a "Jurisdictional Cover" ...

Super-Jurisdictional Powers ...

Super-Vision Civic ...

Kryptonite does not fear the corrupt ...

Can fly as unimaginable distances traveled between his childhood and achieved the heights today ...

The poor boy, who overcame poverty, proving that honesty and integrity Morals and Ethics has poverty as a cause, but it is a question of character.

Congratulations Minister Joaquim Barbosa, Brazilian Our Hero, and a prime example of Brazil, of which it is possible to win, despite all the social adversities.

The Minister Joaquim Barbosa is the natural candidate for President of Brazil, in the next elections in 2014 ...

If you accept the "Mission" to continue his fight to regain the credibility of the Brazilian Judiciary, will have an overwhelming vote.

Earth Day
Brazil, Curitiba, November 21, 2012 - 08h: 02

Joaquim Barbosa
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

His Excellency
Joaquim Barbosa

Justice Joaquim Barbosa
Chief Justice of Brazil
Assumed office
November 17, 2012 [1]
Preceded by Ayres Britto
Supreme Federal Court Justice
Assumed office
June 25, 2003 [2]
Nominated by Luís Inácio Lula da Silva
Preceded by Moreira Alves [2]
Personal details
Born October 7, 1954 (age 58)
Paracatu, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Joaquim Benedito Barbosa Gomes (Paracatu, Minas Gerais, Brazil) is the only blackSupreme Federal Court justice minister in Brazil.

Although many people believe he is the first black justice minister in Brazilian Supreme Court, he is actually the third one. He was preceded by:
Hermenegildo de Barros (from 1919 to 1937)
Pedro Lessa (from 1907 to 1921)[3]

Minister Barbosa studied Law at University of Brasília (1979). He holds a Master (1990) and a Doctor (1993) of Laws from DEA - Droit Public Interne - University of Paris II.[4]Barbosa was a member of the Federal Public Ministry and Adjunct Professor at Rio de Janeiro State University. He was also a visiting scholar at the Human Rights Institute atColumbia Law School, in New York (1999 to 2000), and at UCLA School of Law (2002 to 2003).[5]

Aside from his notable academic achievements, Minister Barbosa also became fluent inFrench, English, and German. Being of humble origins, he started his education in the Brazilian public school system.