DF begins to mount railings at the Esplanade to vote on impeachmentA metal wall dividing the Esplanade in half should start being built this weekend.
The government of the Federal District is beginning to mount the security operation at the Ministries Esplanade for the first vote on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, which will take place this week in the Senate.
The grids that will divide the public opposed and in favor of impeachment are already on the lawn in front of the National Congress. A metal wall dividing the Esplanade in half should start being built this weekend, the same isolation of mold that was made for a vote on the House floor, no last day 17. Protesters for and against the government must attend to follow the decision of the Senate plenary on the removal of President.
The security design should also include a will on both sides of the wall, which may be emergency calls made by the Fire Department, if it's necessary. Besides that, the lawn just outside the National Congress will be isolated, with protesters being kept away from the building.
This week approved the Senator Antonio Anastasia report (PSDB-MG), in favor of the admissibility of Dilma president of impeachment proceedings in the Special Committee on Impeachment in the Senate. The approval paves the way for the vote on the opinion in plenary. The session will start on Wednesday (11), but the vote should only take place on Thursday (12).