Marcelo Ramos asks Lira for access to Bolsonaro’s impeachment requests – Prime Time Zone


Vice President of the Chamber will analyze the content of the complaints presented, in order to assess the legal viability of the more than 120 complaints filed against the head of the federal Executive

Michel Jesus/Chamber of DeputiesRamos sent an official letter to the president of the Chamber, Arthur Lira, this Monday, 19

the vice president of Chamber of Deputies, Marcelo ramos (PL-AM), asked, in a request to the President of the House, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), access to the 127 impeachment requests against the president Jair Bolsonaro. With this, Ramos will analyze the content and legal feasibility of the complaints filed so far against the head of the federal Executive. The decision to proceed with one of these removal processes rests exclusively with the commander of the Chamber, a position that will be occupied by Ramos during the Legislative recess – this does not mean that he will do so. “Greeting you cordially, I ask Your Excellency the list and the full content of the impeachment requests against the President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, in process and/or evaluation in this House”, says the letter. The request comes as Bolsonaro aims his artillery at the parliamentarian of the PL due to the approval of the Budget Guidelines Law (LDO), on Thursday, 15th. This Monday morning, 19th, in a conversation with supporters at the Leaving the Palácio da Alvorada, the president said that the deputy is “insignificant” and “rushed the regiment and did not let the vote” the highlight of the Novo party that was trying to block the increase in resources for financing electoral campaigns – the LDO was approved in session that was chaired by Marcelo Ramos.

As Young Pan showed, the LDO was “charged” with an Electoral Fund of R$ 5.7 billion and even had the favorable vote of deputies from the government’s allied base in Congress, such as Carla Zambelli (PSL-SP), Carlos Jordy (PSL -RJ) and Bia Kicis (PSL-DF), for example. Pocketnaristas were criticized on social networks for criticizing the increase in “Fundão”, but approving the LDO. Parliamentarians claimed that, as the basis of the government, they had a duty to vote in favor of the text that regulates the functioning of the public machine. “Leave Brazil without a budget? That would be incredibly irresponsible as a base of government. Those who have no connection with the government can have the luxury of wanting to blow up the country, we at the base cannot,” Zambelli told a user. Eduardo Bolsonaro, in turn, transferred to Marcelo Ramos the responsibility for approving the matter. “We intended to vote not to be this BRL 6 billion fund, which is an excrescence. Unfortunately, President Marcelo Ramos ran over the vote and ended up with the Budget Guidelines Law being approved with this fund,” said the president’s son. The House deputy countered during the Congress session. “I want to say to deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro that he must have the courage to assume his votes, his attitudes and his postures, because I have to assume mine. I don’t expose colleagues, I don’t quibble about my positions even when they’re unpopular,” he says in a video shared on his social media profile. “Another thing: the party of deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro, the leader of the government of President Bolsonaro, none of them protested when the symbolic voting orientation of the Novo highlight was given. It is very easy, after the symbolic vote, to go to the social network and say that you voted against and try to transfer responsibility. I acted strictly within the regimental rules”, he added.