RIGHT TO LAW EXPECTATION: OLD DEBATES, CONCEPTIONS, NEW TIMES AND STATE AND INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Although it has been the theme visited and revisited, since pension and social security reforms have already occurred in Brazil and in other countries, in more than one moment of their contemporary history, the present study gains strength with the new pension reform presented by the Brazilian Executive Power in 2019. New and complex norms make up the mentioned Amendment in the Brazilian Constitution of 1988, in wich acquired right remains expressly guaranteed. From a deductive and analytical method of some particularities of the Brazilian reform, this text will restart the subject of acquired right, but mainly the expectation of the right, that for a long time has been defended not like a right, but rather an expectation. But the study will have as its central objective finding points for criticism and debate, in relation to which the expectation may not be a mere changeable factual situation, but also a right to be discussed and guaranteed by the State and its institutions.