TSE sends the STF new indications of irregularities in Rousseff's campaign 2014On the information provided, Minister Gilmar Mendes decided to send a copy of the documentation to Supreme Court.
The president of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), Minister Gilmar Mendes, You sent today (27) the Supreme Court (STF) copies of documents with information about one of the companies that provided services to the election campaign of President Rousseff away.
Mendes, who is the rapporteur of accountability on TSE, He says he received from the Municipal Finance Uberlândia (MG) information about a seven of the companies that had participated in the campaign 2014. Mendes was forwarded to the office copy of a document the PSDB "notes signs of irregularities concerning the company DCO Computer Comércio e Serviços Ltda.”, that appears in the list of declared expenditure in providing Dilma campaign accounts. The company was contracted to send messages to cell phones during the election campaign.
The minister of the text also says that the secretariat informed the TSE that the DCO company changed address without notifying the city of Uberlâdial, It has no business license from 2012, or identification on the facade of its headquarters. As the information, a member of the DCO said the company has a server and notebook and three employees not registered under the Consolidation of Labor Laws (CLT).
On the information provided, Gilmar Mendes decided to send a copy of the documentation to Supreme Court, or to minister Edson Fachin, Rapporteur of an action which is being processed in court.
in May, in another order, Gilmar Mendes Minister cites a letter sent by the Ministry of Finance of Minas Gerais with information about the company and determines the sending of data to the Federal Public Ministry and the Federal Police Department.
In December 2014, the Rousseff campaign accounts were approved with reservations unanimously on TSE. In February this year, Mendes met a request from the PSDB and determined that six investigative bodies apurassem alleged irregularities in payments to seven companies that provided services to the electoral campaign 2014. The IRS, the Federal Police and the Public Prosecutor, They should investigate whether the companies received values disproportionate operational capacity to provide services in the campaign.