Temer plans to address the nation after final judgment of impeachment

It is expected that the trial be closed on Tuesday (30).
24/08/2016 09h53 - Updated 24/08/2016 09h53
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Interim President Michel Temer plans to make a statement on national radio and TV network after final judgment in the Senate, next week, the impeachment of President Rousseff away. If approved the definitive removal of Dilma Rousseff of the Presidency, Temer take office, definitively, and will deliver a speech to the nation preaching national unity, defense that has been the brand of his last speeches.

It is expected that the trial be closed on Tuesday (30), but as the session may lengthen, the acting president also plans to summon the press quickly to make a statement, since it must embark then to China, where will take place the meeting of G-20. The very Temer trip abroad depends on the outcome of the vote.

If you can not record the statement before traveling to the Summit of Heads of State of the G-20 in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, the acting president will enjoy the festivities 7 of September, Independence Day, to address the population on television and radio. Fearing aides argue that he ask the cooperation of the Brazilian people and also make available to bring the country out of economic crisis.

According to the auxiliary Temer, the acting president should also mention the need for structural reforms to the resumption of economic activity, such as Social Security and Labour, and repeated the call for a government of "national salvation", as it has done since taking office.

Last week, after attending a dinner with Temer in the Palace Jaburu, Senator Aécio Neves (MG), National PSDB president, He said the talks should signal "definitively what will the government Michel Temer". "He gave us assurances that those themes of the PSDB, which are demands of society, these reforms, They are also in a statement shortly after being confirmed permanently as president. We encourage you to do [this speech]”, said Senator.

Source: Agency Brazil

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