Fernando Rodolfo pointed out that, if a breach of decorum is set up, parliamentarians can be removed or impeached
The case reporter Daniel Silveira (PSL), federal deputy Fernando Rodolfo, said he will work as soon as possible because there is a great demand from society and parliament for an outcome. The PSL parliamentarian was arrested in February after publishing a video attacking the Federal Supreme Court (STF). “It is important to be aware of the regulatory deadlines. He has already been notified and we are awaiting the defense’s manifestation to institute proceedings. ” In addition to the process in which Rodolfo is rapporteur, Silveira faces two more: one for recording a private party meeting and another for threatening anti-Bolsonaro groups. “His situation is very complicated.”
In an interview with Morning newspaper, gives Young pan, Fernando Rodolfo recalled that the arrest of Daniel Silveira was the subject of a wide debate on the legitimacy or not of the Supreme Court – despite the fact that the plenary was sovereign and maintained the decision. According to him, many decided to keep the prison thinking of the harmony of powers. “The parliament’s response is to discuss the PEC of immunity, which closes loopholes of the STF in the onslaught against parliamentarians. I just disagree with the way it started to be treated, with great speed and running over other guidelines ”, completed Rodolfo.
Among possible punishments for the parliamentarian, if breach of decorum is configured, is the six-month removal from office or the impeachment itself. “In one of the reported cases, the report started to be presented – but it had a request for view. In our case, which is the most controversial, we will work to speed up the deadline. When the defense arrives, which has a period of 10 days from the week to pass, we will give speed. I have 40 days, but I will work to dry at least half so that I don’t lose energy with this case ”, he explained. For him, Congress needs to discuss matters that harden the punishment for those who practice acts of corruption, not that they alleviate – especially at a time like the one we are experiencing.