Temer choose Aloysio Nunes Ferreira for government leader in the Senate

Aloysio Nunes Ferreira has 71 years and is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
31/05/2016 15h37 - Updated 31/05/2016 15h37
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Interim President Michel Temer chose Senator Aloysio Nunes Ferreira (PSDB-SP) for government leadership in the Senate. According to the advisory Fear, Senator and President met in the early afternoon (31) the Presidential Palace.

Aloysio Nunes Ferreira has 71 years and is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

In the presidential election 2014, He ran as vice-president in the sheet headed by Senator Aécio Neves (PSDB-MG). Besides having exercised mandates of state and federal deputy for Sao Paulo, Aloysio Nunes was deputy governor of 1991 a 1994.

Last year, Senator's name was quoted in a survey of open request to investigate alleged illegal donations to political campaigns. Although the São Paulo senator's name has been mentioned in statements of award-winning denunciation of the president of contractor UTC, Ricardo Pessoa, investigated in Lava Jet, the case has nothing to do with the operation. In this ocasion, Senator denied any wrongdoing.

Fear had also defined the government's leadership in the House of Representatives with the choice of Mr André Moura (PSC-SE).

Government leaders in the Senate and the House are responsible for the link between the Plateau and the parliamentarians and the governing coalition in the legislature.

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