Deputy sues Public Ministry against MTST for religious intolerance

Deputy sues Public Ministry against MTST for religious intolerance


Post published by the Homeless Workers Movement (MTST).| Photo: Reproduction X MTST

State deputy Danilo Balas (PL-SP) reported this Saturday (30) that he filed a representation with the Public Ministry (MP) against the Homeless Workers Movement (MTST), so that the crime of religious intolerance can be investigated.

The parliamentarian criticized a publication made by the movement, last Friday (29), with an image of Jesus Christ on the cross with the inscription “a good criminal is a dead criminal”.

“We have just filed a representation with @mpsp_oficial asking for a possible crime of religious intolerance to be investigated in the @mtst publication, which caused huge controversy and indignation on Good Friday”, wrote the parliamentarian, on the X network.

And he also highlighted: “We will not remain silent in the face of attacks on our faith and religious freedom!”

The MTST publication caused a huge uproar on social media. The post went viral in a few minutes and has more than 4 thousand likes and almost 9 thousand comments, this Sunday (31). Some followers criticized the movement, classifying it as “terrorist”.

On Saturday (30), the MTST justified the post by saying that there was “a lack of interpretation of the image and the message” and indicated the reading of the Gospel of Saint Luke, chapter 23. They also pointed out the case as a “distortion” and “fake news”.

The pre-candidate for mayor of São Paulo and one of the leaders of the MTST, Guilherme Boulos (Psol), also took a stance on the case, saying that it was a “distortion” by his opponent for mayor of São Paulo, Ricardo Nunes (PL).

“Ricardo Nunes took Good Friday to distort the post of a social movement and create moral terrorism. This shows that his alliance with Bolsonarism is not just electoral. It is about principle and method”, wrote Boulos.


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