House must decide today the future politician Eduardo CunhaThe vote is nominal and the position of each member will be announced openly by the electronic panel. Are necessary 257 I hope that Cunha miss the mandate.
Process Rapporteur Deputy Eduardo Cunha away (PMDB-RJ), when the case began to transact the Board of Ethics, Mr Marcos Rogerio (DEM RO) be the first to speak at the meeting that will define the political future of the PMDB, scheduled for 19h today (12). According to the General Secretariat of the House, Rogério will 25 minutes to present the arguments in favor of Cunha's mandate cassation.
After nearly eight months in which the representation was in the hands of the college, Marcos Rogerio formulated the opinion that resulted in the continuation of the process by a score of 11 votes to nine, in June. Not text, parliamentary says Cunha is the owner of at least four accounts in Switzerland – Dog; Triumph SP, Orion SP e Netherton – and classified the accounts as "true luxury oranges".
The wedge lawyers have the same time – 25 minutes - to rebut the arguments Rogerio. The own Eduardo Cunha has already confirmed that it will be in person at the meeting and may also manifest, strengthening, in 25 minutes, his defense.
With the completion of this initial phase, Members who are signing up may speak for five minutes each. But this session of the step can be stopped from the speech of the parliamentary quarter, if there is an agreement and the majority in plenary decide by the end of the discussion.
The vote is nominal and the position of each member will be announced openly by the electronic panel. Are necessary 257 votes - equivalent to a simple majority of 513 Members - to Cunha miss the mandate as a parliamentary.
Eduardo Cunha, which was notified of the session on Thursday (8) the Official Gazette, must rely on the support of allies who may have questions of order. The PMDB wants, as it has occurred in the impeachment of Rousseff in the Senate, the vote to be sliced, that is, that parliamentarians decide separately on the loss of office and the loss of political rights.