06/07/2016 07h51 - Updated 6/07/2016 13h47

Cardozo will Dilma defense reading the Committee on Impeachment

Yesterday, via Twitter, Dilma said it will not attend the session.
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The suing Commission of the Senate Impeachment hearing today (6) the defense of President Dilma Rousseff away. Yesterday (5), via Twitter, Dilma said it will not attend the session. His defense will be written and read by his lawyer, José Eduardo Cardozo. "We are evaluating my going to the Senate, in another moment", said Dilma.

“I believe and fight every day for my return. Not only for my term, but the rescue of democracy ", Dilma has written in his account on the social network.

Yesterday (5), Senators heard the assistant experts of the defense and the prosecution who analyzed the expertise made by the Senate in which technicians was pointed away from the action of President Dilma Rousseff in decrees, but it did not identify actions that prove criminal responsibility in calls “tax pedaling”.

Next steps

The schedule of the Impeachment Commission estimates that between days 7 e 12 July the prosecution will present final arguments. Between the days 13 e 27 July, it will be up to the defense to send the final arguments. From then until August 1, the rapporteur Antonio Anastasia (PSDB-MG) You may prepare the opinion on the case. At noon the day 2 of August, the opinion shall be read in committee, for discussion the next day and vote on 4.

On Friday, day 5 of August, reading the opinion of the committee will be made on the Senate floor, opening time for the day 9 August is voted pronunciation – formalization of the charge against the PT liability for crime – and the opinion that will indicate whether or not she should be impeached. If the pronunciation is accepted, the final judgment of Dilma in the full Senate should take place in late August.

Source: Agency Brazil

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