Due to temperatures exceeding 40 degrees, Recinha – the largest favela in Brazil, located in the south of Rio de Janeiro – remained without power for 8 days. Thousands of consumers have been affected by the outage, and Rio’s ombudsman has filed a class action to demand their rights […]
Due to temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Resinha – The largest slum in Brazil, located in the southern area of Rio de Janeiro – I have been without power for 8 days. Thousands of consumers were affected by the outage, and Rio’s ombudsman filed a lawsuit Teamwork To demand their rights. “In extreme heat, leaving the residents of the Rocinha community without lighting for several days is a good thing Inhumane treatment “We are dealing with vulnerable populations,” said Coordinator of the Specialized Consumer Defense Unit (Nudecon), Eduardo Chao de Martino Tostis.
Meanwhile, the court ordered Light’s concessionaire to restore electricity to Rocinha within 48 hours, threatening to do so. Heavy fines in case of violation.
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