Eduardo Braga is chosen rapporteur on the CCJ and Moraes indication of the STFSenator PMDB said to have 'the best possible impression’ the licensed minister of Justice. Braga was quoted in whistleblower in Operation Lava Jato.
Senator Eduardo Braga (PMDB-AM) will be the rapporteur for the indication of licensed minister Alexandre Moraes to the Supreme Court (STF) the Committee on Constitution and Justice (CCJ). After being reported on the choice, Braga said he has “best print Moraes”.
Moraes was chosen on Monday (6) by President Michel Temer to replace, Supreme Court, the former minister Teori Zavascki, killed in January. However, to be able to assume the role, Moraes needs to be sabatinado by CCJ and have your name approved in committee and in the Senate plenary.
as rapporteur, Braga will be up to draw up an opinion recommending, or not, the approval of Moraes name to fill a vacancy on the Supreme.
After submitting the report, It will be granted collective view (more time for senators to analyze the document) before the CCJ perform the Sabbath with the indicated.
In an interview with journalists, Eduardo Braga said, by his calculations, the main Senate plenary will examine the Moraes indication of day 22 February and March 1.
Eduardo Braga is in the sixth year term as senator and was Minister of Mines and Energy in the government of former President Dilma Rousseff.
In whistleblower testimony award, former executives of the construction company Andrade Gutierrez, investigated in Lava Jato, They said they paid bribes to Braga, when he was governor of Amazonas state.
This week the deputy impeached, Eduardo Cunha (PMDB) in testimony he told the judge Sergio Moro, Eduardo Braga is the 'F' of Petrobras. According to him, Braga and President Michel Temer (PMDB) They are responsible for the negotiations and appointments.
In one of the moments testimony Cunha said, Senator Amazon and Temer were mainly responsible for the contracting of Petrobras' board, the same as under the impeached deputy caused over $ 2 billion loss dollars from the sale of dry wells for Shell.