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ADI 3510
CourtSupreme Federal Court
Full case nameADI 3510 (Prosecutor General v. President of the Republic and National Congress)
DecidedMay 29, 2008 (2008-05-29)
CitationSupreme Court of Brazil approved stem cell research using excess in vitro fertilized embryos in the country
Court membership
Judges sittingPresident

Gilmar Mendes

Justices

Case opinions
Decision byBritto
ConcurrenceMello, Lúcia, Gracie, Barbosa, Mello
DissentDireito, Lewandowski, Grau, Peluso, Mendes
Keywords

ADI 3510 (April 29, 2008), is a landmark Brazil Supreme Court case. The minister relator Carlos Ayres Britto voted in favor of embryonic stem cell research (Biosecurity Law).[1]

High Court decision

Supreme Court of Brazil.

Judiciary representation

Supreme Court members Ministers Yes No
Ayres Britto 1 1
Cármen Lúcia 1 1
Celso de Mello 1 1
Cezar Peluso 1 1
Ellen Gracie 1 1
Eros Grau 1 1
Gilmar Mendes 1 1
Joaquim Barbosa 1 1
Marco Aurélio Mello 1 1
Menezes Direito 1 1
Ricardo Lewandowski 1 1
Total 11 5 6

Legislative representation

Prosecutor General of the Republic Prosecutor Yes No
Antônio Fernando de Souza 1 1
Total 1 1 0

Executive representation

Attorney General of the Union Solicitor General Yes No
Dias Toffoli 1 1
Total 1 0 1

See also

References

  1. ^ "Abortion of Anencephalics in Brazil" (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 2015-11-17. Retrieved 2012-04-24.