Tiririca resigns mandate and reveals disappointment with Brazilian politics; see video

The resignation of Tiririca occurs days after he granted an interview to reporter Connection, SBT, in which it said it had received proposals for bribes in exchange for voting.
06/12/2017 16h46 - Updated 7/12/2017 17h56
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In his first and last speech in the House, Congressman Tiririca (PR-SP) announced on Wednesday 6 his farewell to the Congress. in plenary, Rep even announced the abandonment of public life, indicating the resignation, but then she said it will fulfill its mandate to the end and will not run for reelection. claiming to be “with shame”, He said he was disappointed with colleagues and with Brazilian policy and urged other lawmakers “look by Country”.

Tiririca was in his second term. In 2010, It was voted in Sao Paulo, with 1,35 million votes. In 2014, had 1,01 million votes and finished second, behind Celso Russomanno (PRB-SP).

The resignation of Tiririca occurs days after he granted an interview to reporter Connection, SBT, in which it said it had received proposals for bribes in exchange for voting. on Wednesday, he indicated that he will not denounce the now former colleagues.

“I will never speak ill of you in any corner I get and I will not say all that I saw, all I lived here, but I would be hypocritical if I left here and not really speak that I am disappointed with the Brazilian policy, disappointed with many of you”, he said. “I walk head high because I did nothing wrong, but I think many of you do not have that courage”.

Check out the full speech of Tiririca:


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