Justice requires Artur to grant the right of reply to Marcelo Ramos

The fine for each day that Arthur disobeying the decision is R $ 50 one thousand.
18/10/2016 15h07 - Updated 19/10/2016 09h24
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The Electoral Court ruled that the mayor Arthur Neto stop lying and immediately remove from your Facebook page a post in which he insists that the candidate Marcelo Ramos is linked to the operation "Evil Ways", Federal Police. The judge of the Electoral Propaganda, Lydia de Abreu Carvalho Fleet, It considered that "there is no direct and unambiguous link (Marcelo Ramos) with the famous police operation ", because the party Pros be in the coalition "Change for Change" Marcelo.

Throughout his campaign, Mayor Arthur Neto insists that Marcelo has ties to public money deviation in state Health, but convinced no one, much less the Electoral Court. Instead, who is related to the businessmen arrested by the Federal Police in the operation "Bad Paths" is the Municipal Health (Sems), Arthur's administration, which closed four contracts with members of the gang that turned around R $ 200 million health.

The electoral court has fixed a fine of R $ 50 thousand for each day that Arthur disobeying the decision, published on Monday (17). He has until tomorrow to comply with the decision. curiously, all media campaign on radio and TV on Tuesday (18), They are being used with mendacious information.

no day 13 October 2016, Artur Neto released text, in his campaign's personal page on Facebook social network, criticizing the stance of Tiradentes Network, in which she said Marcelo Ramos was being supported by Governor Jose Melo and insinuates that the candidate Marcelo Ramos was involved in Operation “evil Ways”.

In the opinion of Judge, “… such statements are of harmful nature, libelous, defamatory and untrue statement known, since there is no relation expressed and uncontroversial, representative (Marcelo Ramos) corruption in public health state, discovery by the Federal Police ".

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