Senate has week of concentrated effort to vote on nomination of authorities – Prime Time Zone

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As the Constitution requires, this type of voting has the presence of parliamentarians and the vote of each of them must be secret

State ContentThe idea is that, as early as Monday, the members of the CCJ will analyze the government’s nominations for the positions of minister of the STM and TST

O Federal Senate promotes, throughout this week, a concerted effort to analyze and decide on the appointment of officials appointed by the government to key positions in the federal public administration. As the Constitution requires, this type of voting has the presence of parliamentarians and the vote of each of them must be secret, an entire scheme was set up to avoid contagion and propagation of the coronavirus. The commissions will meet semi-in person, with some senators in the Casa’s rooms and others participating remotely. Ballot boxes were spread over several areas of Congress, including the hat shop — where a kind of voting drive thru will function.

The idea is that, as early as Monday, the members of the CCJ will analyze the government’s nominations for the positions of minister of the Superior Military Court e do Superior Labor Court. Meanwhile, the Economic Affairs Committee is expected to meet to vote on the nominees for the board of directors. central bank, Cade and Real Estate Securities Commission. On Tuesday, the Foreign Relations commission evaluates nominees for Brazilian embassies and the Education and Infrastructure committees nominated names for key positions in regulatory agencies from both sectors. On Wednesday, names nominated for the board of directors will be evaluated. National Health Agency and yes Anvisa. If all goes as planned, approved names should be taken to a vote in plenary later this week.

*With information from the reporter Antônio Maldonado