Supreme Court President Dias Toffoli said on Monday evening that he was canceling his decision at the end of October, requiring the financial intelligence unit (formerly Coaf) for the financial intelligence of the last three years for 600,000 people and companies.
Toffoli had already received access to reports from FIUs, but found that the information later provided by the agency was satisfactory.
"On the basis of the satisfactory information provided by FIU in response to the Court's request on 11/15/19. I annul the decision on 25 October 1919. As a copy of the Financial Intelligence Reports (RIFs) issued in the last 3 (three) years ”, wrote in the decision the minister.
According to him, STF did not gain access to any confidential information. "I note that the Court did not complete the necessary registration and never gained access to intelligence reports," he added.
Toffoli asked for information on October 25 to subsidize the hearing scheduled for Wednesday for the exchange of intelligence.
The Supreme Court should decide if the participation can be generic (with partial information) or detailed (full information).
Some agencies claimed that public disclosure undermines the progress of investigations. Lawyers say that the detailed disclosure constitutes a breach of confidentiality, which can only occur with the consent of the court.
Toffola's access to data has caused controversy. The Prosecutor General of the Republic of Augusto Aras asked to repeal the order.
Rejecting the request last week, Toffoli said that the Supreme Court has no access to data and asked the Central Bank (which is subject to JWF) and the prosecutor to send additional information by 18.00 on Monday (18).
Full information about FIU is not public. Prosecutor Augusto Aras published MP's reply and said that MPF had received 972 reports over the past three years, but that he never ordered material from intelligence agencies that send it spontaneously and only asks for additional information or clarification.
Aras also stated that the communications received did not contain full financial statements and rejected the possibility of "thoughtlessness" in the taxpayer tax movement.
In July, Dias Toffoli suspended investigations that used confidential data from agencies such as IRS and Coaf without the court's permission. At that time, he responded to a defense request from Senator Flávio Bolsonaro (PSL-RJ), son of President Jair Bolsonaro.