Novo Aripuana mayor is removed from office and municipality will have new election

Amminadab was convicted of a felonious act of improper conduct in trial of Amazonas State Court of Auditors (TCE) which left him ineligible for eight years.
11/10/2017 15h15 - Updated 12/10/2017 14h20
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The Superior Electoral Court (TSE) He denied on the afternoon of Tuesday (10), their candidacy of Amminadab Meira Santana (PSD), elected mayor candidate in elections 2016, the city of Aripuana, in Amazonas State. Ministers determined the immediate new elections for mayor in the city.

Amminadab was convicted of a felonious act of improper conduct in trial of Amazonas State Court of Auditors (TCE) which left him ineligible for eight years. He had accountability, for the financial year 2011, judged irregular by the ECA, when he held the position of mayor of Novo Aripuana.

In prefect condition, Amminadab was accused of failing to formalize the bidding process in the acquisition of parts for vehicle maintenance of the city and the absence of documents that could prove the execution of contracted services. no case, the Plenary followed the vote of the rapporteur Herman Benjamin Minister, who denied the Amminadab feature.

In another trial in session, or try TSE, by majority vote, Coalition feature Responsibility and Respect for Corner. With the decision, the Court denied the application registration Therezinha Servidoni (PSDB), due to ineligibility caused by disapproval of public accounts. She was re-elected mayor of the municipality of Corner, in the state of Sao Paulo.

The Plenary considered that the then mayor was warned five times, in 2012, by body accounts due to excessive spending on the order personnel 5,12%, above that allowed by the Fiscal Responsibility Law. This without the mayor encaminhasse information to the body on the measures it was taking to resolve the irregularity. In presenting vote-view in the session, Minister Herman Benjamin described the conduct of the mayor as "very serious".


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