20/06/2016 17h09 - Updated 20/06/2016 17h11

Impeachment commission rejects defense request to join denunciation of the process Machado

José Cardozo argued that Machado audios demonstrate the purpose of deviation from the admissibility of the impeachment process.
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The suing the Impeachment Committee started work on Monday (20) with a defense request that the content of the awarded denunciation of the former president of Transpetro, Sérgio Machado, It was joined to the case file away against President Rousseff.

Dilma's lawyer, José Eduardo Cardozo, claimed that the audios in which Sergio Machado conversation with PMDB parliamentarians about the possibility of a national pact to stop the Operation Lava Jato, If Dilma was removed and Michel Temer assume the Presidency, It demonstrates the purpose of deviation from the admissibility of the impeachment process.

The committee supported the rapporteur of the case, Senator Antonio Anastasia (PSDB-MG), contrary to joined the whistleblower the file. Cardozo had made the request earlier, but he was denied both by the Commission and by the President of the process, Minister Ricardo Lewandowski, do Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF).

to Cardozo, Lewandowski rejected his request because, in season, snitching was still confidential, which was removed last week. Facing the new negative commission, the lawyer can re-submit the appeal on the request to the President of STF.

Following the requirements of voting on practical issues related to the process, Senators began the hearings the day the testimony of former deputy chief of Legal Affairs of the Presidency of Staff, Ivo da Motta Azevedo Correa.

Today should be heard the former Minister of Education, Renato Janine Riberio, the director of the Department of Social Programs of the Federal Budget Secretariat, Felipe Neto Daurich, and the Deputy and former executive secretary of the Civil House, Bruno Moretti.

Source: Agency Brazil

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