Concerned about succession in the House, Cunha meets TemerCunha's departure from office will have the immediate effect of conducting a new election within a period of five sessions.
In order to discuss the succession of the House of Representatives, President away, Eduardo Cunha, We visited on Sunday night (26) or interim president, Michel Temer, the Palace of Jaburu.
The meeting was the third of both since the PMDB temporarily assumed the Planalto Palace, in May.
Before appearing at the official residence, Cunha called the Temer and asked for a private meeting, which was accepted by the interim president.
Concerned about the possibility of cancellation of his term, Cunha has acted to topple an ally in the presidency of the Chamber of Deputies, preferably the so-called “Centrão”.
In public, Temer has avoided dealing with the matter, but behind the scenes it has advocated a quick solution to the impasse, avoiding you to create a rift in the allied base.
The fear of the Planalto Palace is that a turbulent succession process paralyze the pace of voting in the House of Representatives and prevent the adoption of measures of interest to the federal government for the second half, as the proposed ceiling of expenditure and pension reform.
Cunha's departure from office will have the immediate effect of conducting a new election within a period of five sessions. The winner will serve a term buffer until February 1, 2017.
On the one hand the “Centrão” It wants to topple the likes of Roger Rosso (PSD-DF) or Jovair Arantes (PTB-GO), the PMDB bench works for an agreement with PSDB, DEM and PSB to launch options as Osmar Serraglio (PMDB-PR) or Julio Delgado (PSB-MG).
In an attempt to avoid a split in the governing coalition, Planalto Palace has encouraged the two groups to reach a consensus. One of the ideas proposed is that they take turns to chair the House of Representatives in the coming years.
Failing an agreement, and the dispute affects the pace of voting, advisors and presidential aides do not rule out a more direct involvement of the Planalto Palace in succession.