Former PGR will further request for impeachment of Gilmar Mendes in the Senate

In a document signed together with the constitutional Marcelo Neves, professor at UNB, he claims the minister responsible for crime for his conduct at different times
14/06/2017 16h01 - Updated 14/06/2017 17h11
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Former Attorney General Cláudio Fonteles Republic will file with the afternoon of Wednesday, 14, a new request for impeachment in the Senate against the Minister Gilmar Mendes, do Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF).

In a document signed together with the constitutional Marcelo Neves, professor at UNB (University of Brasilia), he claims the minister responsible for crime for his conduct at different times. Between them, quotes the conversation recorded by the Federal Police between Senator Aécio Neves (PSDB-MG) and the minister in dealing on the abuse of authority of law. “It is clearly a political activity that is not consistent with the position it exerts”, said Fonteles.

The first impeachment of Gilmar signed by Fonteles, filed last year, He was dismissed by President of the Senate, Renan Calheiros (PMDB-AL).

“The decision of Renan is unconstitutional, illegal. He could not decide monocratically”, He claimed Fonteles, which appealed to the Supreme against the filing in the Senate. Or minister Edson Fachin, however, already rejected a resource.

I did not order, the authors also claim that Gilmar disrespects the law to try cases at the Superior Electoral Court that one of the lawyers of the parties working in the Sergio Bermudes office. The wife of Gilmar, Guiomar Mendes, It is a partner of the attorney-client banking “The minister has been practicing political party activities for a long time. This is forbidden by the law of the judiciary”, said Neves.

In addition to the complaint in the Senate, Fonteles and Nevis also still intend to take today a communication to the Attorney General's Office to investigate Mendes and a disciplinary complaint in the Supreme. “The CNJ does not exercise control over the Supreme, then the very STF need to discuss this conduct”, said Fonteles.


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