Dilma defense will use Funaro's testimony to ask for cancellation of impeachmentO doleiro Lúcio Funaro disse à PGR que Eduardo Cunha pediu R$ 1 milhão para dividir com parlamentares que votassem pelo impeachment.
The defense of the former president Dilma Rousseff said today (16) You will use the whistleblower testimony excerpts award-winning entrepreneur and money changer Lúcio Funaro the Attorney General's Office (PGR) for annulment of the impeachment of the PT, definitely removed from office in April 2016.
in a statement, the former Minister of Justice and Attorney Dilma, José Eduardo Cardozo says that statements of Funaro confirm that, as the defense of the former president has maintained from the beginning of the process, clearance is null, because it was headed by the President of the Chamber of Deputies Eduardo Cunha and lawmakers who wanted to avoid "bleeding the Brazilian political class".
In his statement to the PGR, Funaro says Cunha asked R $ 1 million to share with parliamentarians to vote in favor of impeachment. The testimony was given in late August, but it went public last Friday (13), released by S of Folha. Paulo. The recording of the testimony is available on the Chamber of Deputies site, as part of the case of the complaint against President Michel Temer and forwarded by the Supreme Court (STF) Casa.
"In plea bargaining Mr. Lúcio Funaro, It demonstrated that the former Deputy Eduardo Cunha bought votes of parliamentarians in favor of impeachment ", supports Cardozo, revealing that the defense of the former president plans to ask, on Tuesday (17), Funaro's testimony that the copy is gathered in the file of the injunction that Dilma filed in the Supreme Court to try to obtain the annulment of the revocation of its mandate.
"We understand that the defense of the Constitution and the democratic rule of law, the judiciary can not fail to comment, determining the annulment of the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, by notorious misuse of powers and the absence of any evidence that has committed impeachable offenses ", adds Cardozo.