The Flourishing History of the New TSE Minister, Luciana Lossio

On the 26th of May, 2016, Luciana Lossio was sworn in as the Minister-in-Chief of TSE (The Superior Electoral Court). The inauguration ceremony had begun at seven in the evening inside the plenary sector of the legal court. Luciana Lossio is an esteemed lawyer recognized for her notable contributions to the judicial sector. The titular Minister position had become available after the parting of the preceding Minister, Arnold Versiani. According to the Federal Constitution, the TSE is instructed to comprise of a subtotal of at least seven judges. Three out of seven of these occupants must be originated from the STF (the Superior Federal Court). Two out of seven of the occupants must initiate from STJ. The remaining two of the seven occupiers must be selected by the judicial members of the Supreme Court from a compiled list of most eligible candidates for the position.

 

Lossio was selected for the position of the Minister-in-Chief of TSE because of her admirable display of professionalism and technical responsibilities she was successful in fulfilling all throughout her career history. Also, she is recognized for her early development of modern views and strategies as well as her ability to swiftly prioritize and attend to essential matters. At the inauguration, she articulated her future plans she was looking forward to carrying out. She also clarified any inaccurate information against her with politeness and sincerity. This is because Lossio has a deep understanding of the public’s concerns and respect towards the instituted entitlements of all human beings.

 

Luciana Lossio and her Professional World

 

Luciana Lossio had developed a career full of remarkable achievements which prove to be exemplary in the eyes of pursuers of professions within the world of law. 2011 was the year when she first pioneered in securing one of the three vacancies solely available for lawyers. This was also the period when she occupied the role of Substitute Minister of TSE. After completing all the necessary education for being a qualified lawyer, Lossio was appointed at the Attorney General’s Office. She worked there for seven years. At the Attorney General’s Office, she was closely supervised by two noteworthy previous Attorneys General of the Republic, Geraldo Brindeiro, and Cláudio Fonteles. Her role at the Attorney General’s Office was as an advisor of cases which were to be ruled under the STF or the TSE. She served her role with utmost passion, logic, and integrity considering the cases with corresponding legalities and situations at respective present scenarios. Lossio is also a prestigious member of IBRADE (the Brazilian Institute of Electoral Law).