In response to Lewandowski, Gilmar says' stumble’ It was slicing vote on impeachment

Lewandowski, He said in a lecture that Dilma's impeachment was a “stumbling democracy”.
29/09/2016 15h18 - Updated 29/09/2016 15h19
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Minister of the Supreme Court (STF) and president of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), Minister Gilmar Mendes, rejected the statements made by former Chief Justice Ricardo Lewandowski, who he said in a lecture that the impeachment of Rousseff was a “stumbling democracy”.

“I think the only stumbling block that happened was that the slicing, that DVS (especially separate vote) the Constitution, to which had a decisive contribution the Chief”, shot Gilmar.

“I have the impression that this process went smoothly. This process, in principle, It was excessively regulated by the Supreme Court. The Supreme virtually issued a standard complementing the responsibility of crime”, he added, in relation to the impeachment.

Lewandowski chaired the session of the final vote on impeachment in the Senate and left the Senate define it like that Dilma remain empowered to exercise public functions, despite having lost the mandate. A proposal, presented by PT bench, It was approved and Dilma did not lose eligibility.

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