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Offline a.marcos

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http://www12.senado.gov.br/noticias/materias/2012/05/25/guarda-de-criancas-brasileiras-nascidas-no-exterior-sera-debatida-nesta-segunda-no-senado Guarda de crianças brasileiras nascidas no exterior será debatida nesta segunda no Senado
As dificuldades dos brasileiros que não conseguem manter a guarda de seus filhos nascidos no exterior será tema de debate na Comissão de Relações Exteriores (CRE) na próxima segunda-feira (28).
[/size]A reunião acontece a pedido do senador Eduardo Suplicy (PT-SP), que citou apelos de país e mães que enfrentam o problema, como a advogada paulista Jacy Raduan-Berger, cujos filhos estão na Alemanha com o pai; de Eliana Aparecida Rodrigues-März, cuja filha também está na Alemanha, e de Eduardo Yukio Oguma, cujo filho está no Japão em um abrigo de menores, por sofrer maus tratos da mãe.

[/size]O problema é agravado porque os países não têm legislações únicas a respeito da guarda de menores filhos de pais de diferentes nacionalidades.
[/size]O caso de disputa jurídica mais noticiado nos últimos anos foi o do garoto Sean Goldman, nascido no ano 2000 em Nova Jérsei, nos Estados Unidos. Ele é filho de mãe brasileira, Silvia Bianchi, já falecida, e pai norte-americano, David Goldman. A batalha teve início em 2004 com a vinda menino para o Brasil, na companhia da mãe, que decidiu fixar residência no Rio de Janeiro. Depois da morte dela, em 2008, o novo marido de Sílvia insistiu na da guarda de Sean, com base em decisão da justiça norte-americana favorável a ele. Em dezembro de 2009, o Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) decidiu que Sean deveria ser devolvido ao pai. Apesar da sentença da corte constitucional brasileira, os avós maternos continuam lutando pela guarda da criança. Em 2010 foram recebidos pelo senador Cristovam Buarque (PDT-DF) no âmbito da Comissão de Direitos Humanos (CDH).
[/size]Participam da audiência desta segunda na CRE a ministra Maria do Rosário, da Secretaria Especial de Direitos Humanos, os representantes da área de cooperação jurídica internacional do Ministério das Relações Exteriores, Francisco Novello, e da Secretaria de Políticas para Mulheres, Ana Paula Gonçalves, além do coordenador internacional da Advocacia-Geral da União, Sérgio Brito.
[/size]A reunião ocorrerá logo após o fim do ciclo de debates que a CRE promove a partir das 18 horas.
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[/size]Custody of brazilian children born abroad will be debated in the Senate on Monday[/color]
[/size]The difficulties of Brazilians who can not keep custody of their children born abroad will be subject of debate in the Committee on Foreign Relations (CFR) next Monday (28).[/color]
[/size]The meeting takes place at the request of Senator Eduardo Suplicy (PT-SP), which cited the country and calls for mothers facing the problem, as the lawyer Paulo Jacy Raduan-Berger, whose children are in Germany with his father, Eliana Aparecida Rodrigues- März, whose daughter is also in Germany, and Eduardo Yukio Oguma, whose son is in Japan at a shelter for minors, for suffering abuse from his mother.[/color]
[/size]The problem is compounded because the countries do not have unique laws regarding custody of children whose parents are of different nationalities.[/color]
[/size]The case of legal dispute over reported in recent years was the boy Sean Goldman, born in 2000 in New Jersey, USA. He is the son of a Brazilian mother, Silvia Bianchi, now deceased, and American father, David Goldman. The battle began in 2004 with the coming child to Brazil, her mother, who decided to settle in Rio de Janeiro. After her death in 2008, the new husband of Sylvia insisted on custody of Sean, based on decision of the U.S. justice system in favor of it. In December 2009, the Supreme Court (STF) ruled that Sean should be returned to his father. Despite the ruling of the constitutional court in Brazil, the maternal grandparents are still fighting for custody of the child. In 2010 they were received by Senator Cristovam Buarque (PDT-DF) under the Human Rights Commission (HRC).[/color]
[/size]Participate in the hearing of this second CRE Minister Maria do Rosario, the Special Secretariat for Human Rights, representatives of the area of ​​international legal cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Francisco Novello, and the Secretariat for Women Policies, Ana Paula Gonçalves, and the international coordinator of the Attorney General's Office, Sergio Brito.[/color]
[/size]The meeting will occur soon after the series of debates that promotes CRE from 18 hours.[/color]
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Offline todez

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What is it with Brazilian Journalism and Journalists? This statement (
Depois da morte dela, em 2008, o novo marido de Sílvia insistiu na da guarda de Sean, com base em decisão da justiça norte-americana favorável a ele.) says, "After her (Bruna's) death, the new husband (JPLS) insisted on guardianship of Sean, based on a decision of North American justices favorable to him (JPLS).  Am I missing something?  When did JPLS EVER have a decision favorable to him in North American courts?  More lies the family is spreading?  Bad Journalism (or just Brazilian Journalism)?  You decide! And if Nona and her cronies are the Brazilian Poster Children for "Human Rights", then Brazil has real problems!

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It is not Human Rights these people are wanting to me honored. It is 'their' rights. The 'rights of a "Brazilian' born in a country where obeying and enforcing a law is optional depending on if it is for or against the benefit of a Brasilian. The 'rights' of people who believe they are above everybody else. That 'they' are entitled to whatever is good for 'them' not for what is in the best interests of all concerned, and especially not what is in the best interests of a child.


It is absolute pure narcissism. I can tell you, to those who can stomach the vision, having seen it so often enough here in America. When these people get sick their absolute belief that they and only they know what is good for them will cause them to often reject any attempts from someone who would be able to actually help them. When you see it often enough it actually becomes quite comical.


It is the fear I have for my son. To know that a barely literate grandmother will pour antibiotics down my son's throat when he has a common cold, because she 'knows' that he needs antibiotics and she has no idea of the fact that she is actually making him more susceptible to illness. She was furious at a US Doctor who didn't prescribe my son antibiotics on a visit because in her mind 'You give antibiotics to everyone who is sick, for any reason', and in her mind she has the 'right' to always dictate what will be done because regardless of what some one may actually need, she needs to always be right.


Noan, your Dad loves you and misses you every single day.

Offline alexeimichailowsky

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One more time, there are shades of our same old dumb nationalism in the article. Here our politicians go again, saying they'll "protect Brazilians" or "the best interests of Brazilians".
Actually, everything they care about is their salary (about $35k/month) and the bribes they receive.
You foreigners, forgive my country, please. I never voted or decided for that, but everybody has the deserved government... Sadly!