The Chamber’s Ethics Council meets this Tuesday, 23, to institute proceedings against the parliamentarian; the representation of the board of directors of the House asks for the termination of the mandate
Federal deputy allies Daniel Silveira still try to alleviate the situation of the parliamentarian, who faces a request to revoke the mandate in the Chamber Ethics Council after representation delivered by the board of directors of the House. The collegiate meets this Tuesday, 23, to initiate the process. Deputy Vitor Hugo, leader of the PSL in the Chamber, said in an interview to the program ‘Os Pingos nos Is’, from Young pan, who was concerned about the outcome of the vote against his colleague. “Maintaining the prison for us was a severe blow. Coup not in the party, or not in Daniel’s personal aspect, he admitted that he went too far, apologized in relation to his lines. But the material and formal immunity that are important aspects of popular representation has been neglected by the Chamber itself. ”
The Minister Alexandre de Moraes believes that Daniel Silveira’s arrest in flagrante is a milestone in the fight against democratic extremism. The deputy was arrested last week after he published a video aggressively insulting members of the Federal Supreme Court (STF). In plenary, the Supreme Court confirmed the decision against the parliamentarian, a stance also by the Chamber. At a FGV event, Alexandre de Moraes, the author of the arrest request, called the outcome a milestone. “A political nucleus appears, politicians saying ‘look what people want’. Politicians repeating these ideas against democracy, in favor of the dictatorship, in favor of the AI-5. With hateful speeches, as if they were not theirs, from this political nucleus, the ideas. As if they were representing the people who demonstrated on the networks, ”he said.
The minister adds that social networks should have the same responsibilities as the press and points out that the legal system balances freedom of expression, but questions it. “Until this true digital revolution, the legal system managed to balance the binomial in relation to freedom of expression: freedom with responsibility. But it has not been able to solve this in relation to digital networks. ” For him, technology companies often wash their hands in relation to the content posted. The minister adds that a definition on the responsibility of companies worldwide is missing.
* With information from reporter Fernando Martins