Brazilian Censorship

The liberty of speech must be present in all democratic system as form to guarantee the freedom of thought of its fellow citizens. It materialize itself through the medias, particularly for imprenssa that she must be free, without however, if to distanciar of its responsibilities. In our Federal Contituio, the free manisfestao of the thought is foreseen in its article 5, interpolated proposition IV, englobando not only the verbal expression as well as the writing, reaching the right to hear, to attend and to read, in end, all and any form to express thoughts. According to German philosopher Immanuel Kant, when if he takes off the right of expression through the writing or orality, automatically if steals of the men its freedom of thought, a time that the act of if communicating for diverse ways is what it consolidates the thoughts. When we speak of liberty of speech soon in them comes the mind the term censorship, an action or act to control or to hinder the liberty of speech exerted for the State or group that withholds the power. censorship also can be understood as the suppression of points of view and divergent opinions of ideologies, regimes politicians, or any parameter established for dominant groups. We can affirm that the censorship always will be present in the communication, and, in accordance with the form by which is exerted, could be classified as being preventive, repressive, direct or indirect, in face of the establishment of moral pricpios, religious politicians or. In the Brazilian laws, for example, the expression right is limited to not the anonymity, and if it does not have to propagate information that stirs up bad behavior, wounds the system effective politician, stimulates racism and the violence. The liberty of speech could be censured of punitive form case attempts against against other rights and guarantees established in our laws. The liberty of speech of unrestricted form almpla and does not exist, having to have limitations or censures to establish a balance among others freedoms in a society.

| Posted in General | Comments Off on Brazilian Censorship