Eduardo Cunha feature rapporteur will be announced by the end of the dayThe appeal asks the procedures of the Ethics Committee that approved the wedge mandate of cassation.
By the end of today's day (27) It will define the deputy who will be responsible for drafting an opinion on the appeal by the defense Eduardo Cunha (PMDB-RJ) questioning the proceedings of the Ethics Committee that approved the revocation of his mandate 11 votes to nine.
The decision to cancel or maintain the process to be submitted to the House floor is in the hands of 66 holders of the Committee on Constitution and Justice (CCJ) what, since today, They have five days to complete the process.
The president of the college, Osmar Serraglio (PMDB-RJ), which is in transit to Brasilia, He spent the final week poring over the list of names that can take this rapporteurship. In the list are both holders as substitutes, which totals 132 parliamentary, but, adopting the criteria established by the Code of Ethics of the House, Members of the same party were excluded, block or wedge state beyond parliamentary support that registered the representation against the PMDB expropriated by the PSOL and the Network.
The relationship became even leaner with the decision of the CCJ also rule out the possibility of the rapporteur is still of the same party deputy Marcos Rogerio (DEM RO), author of the opinion Cunha against the Council of Ethics, and the committee members who also sit on the Board of Ethics. By these criteria the most 30 names were dropped.
The feature in which the president away from the House of Representatives Eduardo Cunha (PMDB-RJ) for the declaration of the case against him was delivered on the last day 23 and numbered by the Chair of the House on Friday (24). With this, starts counting the time in which the CCJ decide, until July 1, on the political future of Cunha.
As there is a possibility of an application of view, the completion of the process can be extended for another two days leading to final vote for next week. School subjects, by the time it clears the House - over eight months - locks the agenda of the committee that has already canceled sessions this week because he could not decide on other proposals.