“Every day we ask ourselves: who will fall today?”, says Dilma

away President quipped instability of ministers Temer.
18/06/2016 12h14 - Updated 19/06/2016 13h10
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Asked about the exit of the third minister Temer government because of the investigation of Operation Lava Jato, Takeaway President Dilma Rousseff said on the afternoon of Friday, 17, what “every day we wake up and wonder: who will fall today?”, in a speech at the Federal University of Pernambuco, in Recife.

Quoted in winning denunciation of the former president of Transpetro Sérgio Machado, Henrique Eduardo Alves (PMDB-RN) asked yesterday resignation of the Ministry of Tourism.

We 35 days of interim management PMDB also fell Romero Juca, former head of Planning, and Fabiano Silveira, who heads the folder Transparency.

The two left the government because of the disclosure of recordings made by Machado showing the discussion on measures to stop the Lava Jato.

Dilma reiterated criticism of the government and added that Temer “they did not win, they are temporary”. The president is away from the target of an impeachment process under consideration in the Senate to have, according to the authors of the application procedure, or jurist Miguel Reale Jr.. and lawyer Janaina Paschoal, authorized accounting maneuvers to artificially improve public accounts and, still, by editing a series of decrees that resulted in the opening of additional credits.

On thursday, 16, in Salvador, Dilma stated that Temer “It is dismantling all” to be addressed on new spending limits in health and education presented by the economic team of the interim government.

“They are dismantling everything and trying to hide that staged a coup”, she said. Speaking at the plenary of the Legislative Assembly of Bahia, Rousseff said the government Temer practices “clearance” drawing on programs that do not pass through the ballot box.

Source: Exame.com

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