Senate launches book with the full session that kept Rousseff

The publication brings together over 300 pages with speeches of senators in the day session 11 May this year.
17/06/2016 15h03 - Updated 17/06/2016 15h03
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In a ceremony on the morning of Thursday (16), Senate President, Renan Calheiros, He launched the book 20 time in history: long session admissibility of the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. The publication, edited by the Secretariat of Social Communication and printed by the Senate Graphic, It brings together over 300 pages with speeches of senators in the day session 11 May that, by 55 votes, approved the removal of the President of the Republic.

During the launch, Renan Calheiros said the publication is an obligation of the institution with the historical record, free assessments or judgments surrounding the decision adopted by a majority of the senators of the Republic.

In regard to the contradictory, the devotion which we have democracy, here are transcribed, no edition, all interventions of senators ladies and gentlemen senators that long marathon debates that consumed over 20 hours of attentive perception. If there is any imbalance between antagonistic parties have been a manifestation of failure of either side, not by criteria of editing and publication of the book. session, I have conviction, will enter history for civility, the sacred respect for divergence – stated.

Senate President recalled that, during the temporary removal process Dilma, the Senate presidency was characterized based on the Constitution and the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court, beyond the precedent 1992.

- We behave with rectitude of a magistrate, meeting the demands of the parties opposing, obsessively seeking exemption, impartiality inafastáveis ​​as instruments of achieving justice - assured.

The publication, hardcover, It was drafted and finalized by the Secretariat of Social Communication of the Senate, directed by Virginia Malheiros Galvez. The edition of the book was the responsibility of journalists Flávio Faria and João Carlos Teixeira.

Source: Senate Agency

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