PT refers to the OAS Human Rights Commission to suspend impeachmentPetition calls the restoration of democratic normality with the return of Dilma, the cancellation of all acts and the stoppage of the process until it is considering all possible violations of international treaties.
A few hours before the Senate approves, by 59 votes to 21, Antonio Anastasia senator's report (PSDB-MG) away against President Rousseff liability for crime, PT parliamentary filed, last night (9), a representation against the process in the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, linked to the Organization of American States (OAS). At a news conference in the House, today (10), Deputy Paulo Pimenta (PT-RS) He explained that the document calls for the restoration of democratic normality with the return of Dilma, the cancellation of all acts and the stoppage of the process until it is considering all possible violations of international treaties.
"We understand to be required as a matter of time, to prevent the process to consolidate definitively ", he said. The expectation of the legislature is that Dilma's removal is decided by day 26 of August.
"She has no criminal action in Brazil", said Paulo Teixeira (PT-SP), who also signed the petition. According to him, the OAS court may decide to reinstate the PT and to set penalties for Brazil at the request of the trial, since Brazil has signed international agreements that guarantee participation in institutions such as the OAS itself. "This crime are imputing to it had no law that provided. The whole procedure is illegal ", completed.
When asked about the reason for having started with the representation just now, in the final stage of the process, Wadih Damous (PT-RJ) explained that, to ask for the intervention of the Court, every possibility must be exhausted within the country. "We are living a coup with the participation of Parliament and the failure of the judiciary", said, to remember that the Supreme Court (STF) not intervened in the proceedings, limited to just set the rite that should be followed by the National Congress to judge Dilma removal. "The Supreme Court refuses to exercise control, refuses to curb lawlessness and coup ", he said.