Suplicy is held in protest against repossession in the West Zone SP

He is a former senator and current candidate for councilor for the PT.
25/07/2016 12h55 - Updated 25/07/2016 12h55
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Former Senator and candidate for councilor for the PT Eduardo Suplicy, 75, He was arrested on Monday (25) by military police after protesting against repossession in Sao Paulo West Zone. He was taken to the 75th Police District (DP), in Arpoador Garden.

According to the Military Police, he was arrested for resistance. Suplicy lay in the street to prevent repossession and came to be charged by military police. Images released by Congresswoman Jandira Feghali (PCdoB) show time Suplicy lies with a resident on the street to prevent police.

Beyond PT, two more people were arrested and taken to the police station. The singer Supla, son of Suplicy, He said on Facebook that his father is well. “I want to warn everyone that my father is well…I just talked to the police chief and my own father! I appreciate the concern and affection of all!”, said.

According to police officers, Suplicy must be released after the completion of the detailed term for disobedience.

No Facebook, Suplicy said, through its advisory Press, what “truculence Police Military Government Alckmin is unacceptable. If you do it with a former senator of the Republic, imagine the suffering the population that either needs support”.

The ombudsman police, Julio Cesar Fernandes Neves, It went to the police station to monitor the occurrence. “We are only concerned with the physical integrity of Senator, why we are here”, said.

Since the early morning of this second, residents hold protest against land repossession in the city Educandário, in the Raposo Tavares region. altogether, are 350 families occupying an area that belongs to the Municipality of São Paulo. Suplicy was secretary of Human Rights in São Paulo until April this year when he left the post to contest place in Town Hall.

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Source: G1

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