Rodrigo Maia brand to the next day 8, resumption of the final stage of the wedge impeachment process

The completion of the process should take place before the municipal elections, which takes place in October.
03/08/2016 09h03 - Updated 3/08/2016 14h51
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The impeachment process Away Deputy Eduardo Cunha (PMDB) It should be taken up by the House of Representatives on Monday (8). The announcement was made by the chairman of the House, Rodrigo Maia, at the same time not set deadline for completion.

This is the last stage of the House of former President impeachment process, Eduardo Cunha. no day 8 will be reading the request and after your sessions, the process will be a priority item on the agenda. Also according to Maia, the completion of the process should take place before the municipal elections, that take place in October.

“We will arrange it so that I take the time and do not go back. Reading in the second and, thenceforth, the question is ready for plenary. We will arrange the date on which the House is full. Certainly, will be before the election, that I have no doubt”, he said.


Maia denied having participated in an agreement with the Planalto Palace to the wedge future will be decided only after the impeachment vote on away President Dilma Rousseff in the Senate, previously scheduled for the day 29 Of this month.

At least one minister close to the interim president, Michel Temer, It works for Congress to complete the PT process before deciding whether or not the Cassa Cunha mandate.

The argument is that, If the order is reversed, risks Cunha retaliate against government, with incriminating statements against President, which can result in more votes against the definitive removal of Dilma.

On Tuesday, Senate President, Renan Calheiros (PMDB-AL), He said the voting process should start in 25 or 26 of August.

Asked whether it is aware of this joint, the mayor said: “With me there is no agreement”.

Source: Folha de S.Paulo and Writing AM POST

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