Senator Eliziane Gama will present a list of the first called up next Thursday (1/6) and does not rule out listening to former president Jair Bolsonaro.| Photo: Marcelo Camargo/Agência Brasil

Senator Eliziane Gama (PSD-MA), CPMI rapporteur investigating those responsible for the acts of January 8 in Brasilia, should present next Thursday (1/6) the list of the first people who should be summoned to give testimonies. According to her, the commission is looking for financiers, intellectual authors and supporters of acts on social networks.

Eliziane said that she does not rule out listening to former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL), but the call will depend on the progress of the work.

“I don’t rule out, on one side or the other, that it won’t be or that it will be. What will show are the initial hearings, the sharing of data, the information that will reach the CPMI. Based on these documents, on this information, we will decide who will be summoned. Today I don’t have enough elements to support myself”, he said in an interview with CBN radio this Friday (26).

In addition to the list of people to be summoned, the rapporteur will present the CPMI work plan with the line of investigation to be followed by the commission. She also said that she will “cut in the flesh” the parliamentarians who may be cited in the investigations, in reference to members of Congress who are the subject of inquiries in the Federal Supreme Court (STF).

One of them, federal deputy André Fernandes (PL-CE), is the subject of a conclusive report presented by the Federal Police to the STF on Thursday (25), that he would have been one of the instigators of the acts. The deputy denied the claim.