Base admits that Members may betray Temer in vote in the House

Together, PMDB, PR, PTB, PSD, PRB and PP estimate that approximately 30 MPs can vote against the government.
17/07/2017 10h52 - Updated 17/07/2017 15h31
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The parties that make up the so-called “Centrão” – PP, PR, PRB, PSD e PTB – They managed to 100% their votes on Thursday, 13, the Committee on Constitution and Justice (CCJ) against the admissibility of the Attorney General's complaint (PGR) accusing President Michel Temer of accepting bribes, but hardly the same scenario will be repeated on the House. Government allies admit pockets of resistance on your countertops to vote for the government, inclusive no PMDB, but expect dissent is minimal in the vote that will define the future of Temer in August.

Together, PMDB, PR, PTB, PSD, PRB and PP admit that approximately 30 MPs can vote against the government. The PSD has the highest number of votes against the government so far (7), PMDB and PR account for six votes. In this group of dissidents are excluded from the CCJ Arnaldo Faria de Sá (PTB-SP), deputy Waldir (PR-GO), Spyridon Amin (PP-SC), João Campos (PRB-GO), in addition to the deputies Tiririca (PR-SP) and Irajá Abreu (PSD-TO), son of Senator Kátia Abreu (PMDB-TO). “Opposition cries, but most are government”, He played the leader of the PTB, Jovair Arantes (GO).

in plenary, the opposition believes it can win the votes of those parties who closed the complaint case against. In the evaluation of opposition, half of PSD countertops, PP and PRB is susceptible to betrayal. The glimpses block that could convince a third of the crowd of PR and PTB.

Still in the accounts of opposition, most of the PSDB, PPS and PSB should also walk to approve the complaint. No PSB, for example, of 36 Countertop Members, at least 24 should support the admission of the application of PGR.

No PMDB, party president Michel Temer, of 62 parliamentarians from bench, the leader Baleia Rossi (SP), states that 90% the bench will follow the matter of closing determined by the National Executive and will vote against the complaint. Whale know you will not have the votes to Jarbas Vasconcelos (ON) and Zveiter. “We will work so that the bench united vote”, said Whale. The opposition has the votes of Pacheco, MPs connected to Senator Roberto Requião (PMDB-PR) and part of the PMDB bench Rio.

opposition, however, recognizes that does not have the 342 votes needed to approve the admission of the complaint in plenary, but has a larger number of dissidents in the coming days. The expectation is that the possible denunciations of former Deputy Eduardo Cunha (PMDB-RJ) and Lúcio Funaro broker and bring new facts capable of undermining the government base. “This will have weight in things”, assessed the deputy Júlio Delgado (PSB-MG). The opposition also have bases on the pressure of the MPs, that will be a holiday in the coming days and in direct contact with the electorate.

The pro-government managed to defeat the opinion of Mr Sérgio Zveiter (PMDB) by 40 votes to 25, there was only one abstention President of CCJ, Rodrigo Pacheco (PMDB-MG). After changing the composition of the college, PRB, PTB, PR, PSD, PP, PSC and PROS voted by weight against the complaint of the Attorney General (PGR). PHS e PV, that the plenary should have different positioning, also they voted against the opinion of Mr Sérgio Zveiter (PMDB-RJ).

In the current scenario, no bombastic denunciations, the ruling say the opposition is far from achieving the 342 votes and that there is scope for increasing the number of betrayals. The argument is that, despite complaints, MEPs are convinced that the charges against Temer are inconsistent and that economic indicators are positive. “There is an increase of votes in favor of President”, said the leader of the PSD, Marcos Montes (MG).

The pro-government do not want to even draw a scene with allegations of Cunha and Funaro. “Each day with his agony”, summed up the leader of PR, Zé Rocha (BA).

Source: Estadão


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