STF minister denies request to suspend the complaint voting against Temer

The complaint prepared by the PGR against President, ministers and other PMDB is for the alleged crimes of organized crime and obstruction of justice.
24/10/2017 16h27 - Updated 25/10/2017 18h04
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André Richter – Agency Brazil

Minister of the Supreme Court (STF) Marcus Aurelius denied today (24) request by a federal deputy for PCdoB suspend and slice the vote in the House of Representatives on the complaint lodged by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) against President Michel Temer and ministers of Staff, Eliseu Padilha, and the Presidency General Secretariat, Moreira Franco.

in the decision, the minister considered that issue on the vote should be handled internally by the House. “In the Legislature it is deliberating on the required authorization process aiming at the, not linked to the unit, or not, part adversarial. In summary, setting as the single vote, or deemed each of the reported, is limited to the Chamber of Deputies.”, decided.

The complaint prepared by the PGR against President, ministers and other PMDB is for the alleged crimes of organized crime and obstruction of justice. The play was presented by former prosecutor Rodrigo Janot. The defense Michel Temer fought the charges and presented to the Supreme request that the complaint be returned to the PGR. But the full Court decided to refer the complaint to the House, to which it is authorized or not further research.

The opinion of the rapporteur Bonifácio de Andrada (PSDB-MG), which was the admissibility of the complaint, It was approved by the Constitution, Justice and Citizenship (CCJ) and will be voted tomorrow (25) the plenary of the House. Both the President and the ministers will be investigated by the Supreme Court at least 342 of total 513 Members authorize the continuation of the complaint in court, as determined by the Federal Constitution.


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