Judication is the legal phenomenon whereby the judiciary receives a significant number of cases that should be resolved in the course of legislative proceedings, or administrative procedures conducted by the Legislature or Executive branches, respectively. This happens due to the lack of required actions to achieve these targets by means of social public policies. Access on the subject of health occurs both in Rondonia and in the rest of Brazil, which provides the justification for this work. The aim of this jurisprudence is to analyze and understand the perception judged by the STJ as to the indication of the Secretary of Health for the State of Rondonia and its responsibilities as constraining authority. Special aims were: (i) rendered by the Superior Court of Justice in 2013, on the topic, and (ii) to study the pertinence of this subjective passive polarity in lawsuits filed before the Judiciary, particularly for obtaining medicines and hospitalizations in the State of Rondonia. The methodology undertaken has two approaches: (i) theoretical and (ii) exploratory trial. The spatial area is the platform consulted by STJ referring to the year 2013.
- Human Rights of Health,
- Constraining authority.
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