Renan will leave PMDB leadership with critical discourse to Fear

After the aggressive speech against the government Renan, Juca reacted in defense of the president and threatened to withdraw the party leadership colleague.
28/06/2017 15h31 - Updated 29/06/2017 10h12
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Senator Renan Calheiros (PMDB-AL) will leave the party leadership in the Senate. The announcement should be formalized yet on the afternoon of Wednesday, 28, speaking at the plenary of the House.

The PMDB, which has been critical to the reforms proposed by the government, should again attack the Presidential Palace. The evaluation of Renan is that it is more useful to the opposition than as an ally. The PMDB also believes that, to have the image linked to the government, may face difficulties in re-election to the Senate in 2018, since the President has extremely high rates of failure in Alagoas.

A meeting of the PMDB bench is scheduled for the end of the afternoon. The preferred name of Renan to replace it is to Jader Barbalho (PMDB-PA), considered an ally, but that is not positioned against Temer to be father of the Minister of National Integration, hélder barbalho.

The output of the counter command is given after the PMDB discuss sharply with the government leader in the House, Senator Romero Juca (RR), the plenary session on Tuesday, 27. In this ocasion, Renan suggested that could change party members in the Committee on Constitution and Justice (CC) to stop the labor reform

“Fear does not trust society to make this labor reform in the dead of night, atropeladamente. At a time when the public prosecutor, right or wrong, It has a complaint against president, there is no way to make a reform that punishes the people”, yesterday said the PMDB.

After the aggressive speech against the government Renan, Juca reacted in defense of the president and threatened to withdraw the party leadership colleague.

Yesterday the leader of the government began collecting signatures to remove from office Renan. according Juca, 17 of 22 Senators support the labor reform.


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