11/08/2016 07h57 - Updated 11/08/2016 09h04

Ethics Board opens proceedings against Jean Wyllys

O PSC alega que Wyllys associou os nomes de Bolsonaro e Feliciano ao atentado em uma boate Gay em Orlando.
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The Ethics Committee of the House of Representatives introduced on Wednesday (10) decorum break proceedings against Mr Jean Wyllys (PSOL-RJ).

the representation, PSC claims that Wyllys associated the names of Members Jair Bolsonaro (PSC-RJ) and Marco Feliciano (PSC-SP) to paying attention in a gay nightclub in Orlando, US us, in June.

In the post posted on Facebook at 12 of June, Wyllys states that people with projection hate speech can lead ordinary citizens to acts of violence.

“When we criticize the hate speech of 'bolsomitos’ and 'malafaias’ e 'Felicians’ and 'euricos’ and 'marisas wolves’ e 'Ana Paula valadões’ of life and the legislature against gays, lesbians and transsexuals, we are just thinking how hate speech delivered by these people – now high because allies of scammers who took the presidency – can lead people 'well’ the acts of physical violence – murders and physical assaults – against members of the LGBT community.”

According to the PSC, “the manifest imbalance” by PSOL deputy opinions “encourages his supporters do the same” and goes against the responsibility “build a society with respect for differences”.

The President of the Council, Mr José Carlos Araújo (PR-BA), raffled on the afternoon of Tuesday the list of three rapporteurs and will choose a name in the coming days. Members were drawn Julio Delgado (PSB-MG), Silas House (PRB-AM) and Captain Augusto (PR-SP).

As the rules of the House, They were excluded from the list of the same party deputies or state that represented.

From the establishment, the college has 90 working days to complete the review of the case.

Source: Agency Brazil

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