Ivana Cei takes office on the National Council of the Public Ministry – News of Brazil

Ivana Cei takes office on the National Council of the Public Ministry – News of Brazil


On the morning of this Monday, February 5, six advisors from the National Council of the Public Ministry (CNMP) take office for the 2024-2026 biennium: from Amapá Ivana Lúcia Franco Cei, Antônio Edílio Magalhães, Ângelo Fabiano Farias, Paulo Cezar dos Passos, Fernando Comin and Cíntia Brunetta.

The inaugurations took place at the CNMP Plenary, in Brasília, at the beginning of the 1st Ordinary Session of 2024, in a ceremony led by the president of the institution, Paulo Gonet, and broadcast live on YouTube.

Three counselors were reappointed for the second term: Antônio Edílio Magalhães, who represents the Federal Public Ministry; Ângelo Fabiano Farias, who occupies the vacancy allocated to the Public Ministry of Labor; and Paulo Cezar dos Passos, from the State Public Ministry.

Four counselors will serve the first term: Ivana Lúcia Cei and Fernando Comin, representatives of the State Public Ministry, Cíntia Brunetta, appointed by the Superior Court of Justice, and Edvaldo Nilo de Almeida, who will occupy the vacancy allocated to the Chamber of Deputies.

Ivana Cei

Prosecutor of the Public Ministry of the State of Amapá, Ivana Lúcia Cei was, for eight years and four terms, attorney general of that unit and the third woman, being the first in the North region to preside over the National Council of Attorneys General of Justice of the Public Ministry of the States and the Union.

The counselor has a bachelor’s degree in Law from the Center for Higher Studies of the State of Pará (1984), a master’s degree in Environmental Law from the Federal University of Amapá (2009) and a doctorate in Law from the John F. Kennedy University, in partnership with the Institute of Higher Education Latin American. She is a specialist in Strategic Intelligence from the Escola Superior de Guerra (2018), in addition to being a specialist in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure (2001) and in Civil Law and Civil Procedure (2001).


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