In Porto Alegre, Judge prevents press accompany the voting DilmaThe judge of the electoral zone prevented the entry of journalists, with the argument that the former president is a "common citizen" and "should not have the registered vote".
The timing of the vote of former President Dilma Rousseff (PT), in Porto Alegre on the afternoon of Sunday (2), It was marked by turmoil. The Military Police barred the school entrance Press, in order to comply with an order of the electoral judge Niwton Carpes da Silva, holder of the 160th electoral district of the capital gaucho, in an attempt to prevent journalists accompany the voting Dilma, the police reacted with violence.
In the exit, the PT said that protested the police action and said he was the target of jerks. "Absurd. Inadmissible. It's very bad for the country. I always voted here, it never happened. Never Brigade was called, They never closed the doors ", said the former president.
According to the newspaper Folha de S.Paulo, the election judge was the State School Santos Dumont, where Dilma vote. Arguing that Rousseff "is a common citizen" and "should not have the registered vote", he gave "verbal order" for the press and the militants who accompanied the PT were barred.
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Despite the judge's argument, celebrities and politicians without a mandate are often photographed during voting. This Sunday, for example, this occurred with former deputy impeached Eduardo Cunha (PMDB-RJ) and Judge Sergio Moro, responsible for Operation Lava Jet in Curitiba. Both were photographed as they left the polls.
The Niwton Carpes judge had criticized Rousseff and the PT in their social networks. In a posting on Twitter on 14 of April, Silva wrote that the government of the PT "sank in a sea of corruption". "New elections is blow to CF [federal Constitution]”, amended.
Rousseff was accompanied by former Minister Miguel Rossetto and the PT candidate for mayor of Porto Alegre, Raul Pont. A candidata a vice na chapa de Pont, Silvana Conti, PCdoB, leg injuries suffered. She left the place saying that he had been assaulted by the military and would record the occurrence. Lipstick, which was also prevented from entering, He said the party will enter a representation in the Electoral Court for attempted censorship.