27/08/2016 12h54 - Updated 29/08/2016 09h54

Together until the end: Lula Dilma will follow on the way to the Senate on Monday (29)

Dilma also intends to bring former ministers, direct reports and people close to her.
Photo: Ricardo Stuckert / Lula Institute
Photo: Ricardo Stuckert / Lula Institute

The away President Dilma Rousseff will come not alone to the Senate on Monday (29) to give evidence at the trial of the impeachment process. she asked, and or President of House, Renan Calheiros (PMDB-AL), agreed that 31 people to follow during the period that will address the plenary.

Dilma intends to ex-ministers, direct reports and people close to her, as former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva. should attend, for example, former ministers Aloízio Mercadante, Jaques Wagner, Ananias and Miguel Rossetto, among others. Also present will be the presidents of PT, Rui Falcão, PCdoB, Luciana Santos, e do PDT, Carlos Lupi.

To accommodate or group, Renan booked the room for the presidency of the Senate hearings and an attached room with bathroom. according to Renan, in plenary, the president has the right to be accompanied by 20 people and the same number must be provided to prosecutors, which should also lead guests.

"There will be 20 people. We will compress journalists, that will serve, in practice, separation [between the two groups] and will guarantee the other side the same number of vacancies that already guarantee to the president ", said Senator.

The space constraints on the floor concerned the direction of House. The guests of Dilma and the prosecution will not be the only. Deputies, former lawmakers and congressional aides have also franchised access to plenary, which may cause overcrowding site. The press, including international, also takes up space in the tribune reserved. imaging professionals have occupied the galleries.

Source: Agency Brazil

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