Hall says that the OAS coup charges on impeachment is “misplaced”Not text, Maia says that the claim made by PT parliamentarians is "unfounded, misplaced and without any constitutional basis, legal and jurisprudential ".
The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia (DEM-RJ), sent today (22) the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the report on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff away to be sent to the Organization of American States (OAS).
The report contains detailed information on the procedures and jurisprudence adopted in the process, Brazilian law observed in the processing and adopted rite from the observance of the complaint to the admissibility of the House of Representatives.
The document is a response to the request for information made by the OAS after being provoked by parliamentarians of the PT on the grounds that the ongoing process in Brazil is an institutional coup.
Not text, Maia says that the claim made by PT parliamentarians is "unfounded, misplaced and without any constitutional basis, legal and jurisprudential ".
"In summary, there was no violation of the constitutional text and the law governing the matter. E, in consequence, It ensured the broader defense, with all the resources deriving from it, including several lawsuits brought before the Supreme Court. moreover, the rite was followed giving strict adherence to constitutional and legal norms and further to that set by the Supreme Court itself ", says the report produced by the House.
The same request for information was made by the OAS to the Senate. The forecast was that the report produced by the Senate Attorney General was also sent today to 18h, but the House has not confirmed that the document was sent to the Foreign Ministry or the OAS.