Platiny says application CPI Alessandra Campelo seems “CPI Blank Check”

Deputy said he asked copy of the application of the Health CPI, but it was not attended by Alessandra.
27/09/2016 11h12 - Updated 27/09/2016 11h21
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Mr Soares Platiny (THE) said, on Tuesday (27), that the request for Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) made by Ms Alessandra Campêlo (PMDB) to establish the health contracts in the Amazon, It seems the request of “CPI Mystery” or “CPI Blank Check”. The plenary of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas (OF-AM) the deputy said he has requested a copy of the request for Alessandra Member of the CPI and advice it, to examine the document and decide whether to sign or not to CPI, but not yet received.

“A request for CPI is serious. I'm not here with a parachute. I was elected by people who believed in me. I'm a deputy and deserve read what I will sign. Not get here with a knife in the neck and wait for us to sign a document without reading. Neither seems a CPI to establish the Health contracts. “If we can not read the request for CPI this is not CPI Health, CPI is the Mystery, CPI Blank Check”, said Rep.

The statement was made minutes after Mrs say the tribune of the House, that some members were reluctant to sign the application for CPI.

Congressman José Ricardo (PT) which is in favor of opening the CPI said it will provide the document to the parliamentary. The advice of the deputy reported that the document is now available for the deputy.

The request asks the CPI calculation of all healthcare contracts and is based on fraud discovered in “Operation Maus Paths” Federal Police identified atypical transfers which together totaled R $ 220 million to a single institution, the Institute New Paths. According to PF, the criminal organization used the social entity, to escape the regular tender procedures and allow direct hiring of providers of health services companies.

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