Government charges allies for making room for the PL – 03/17/2023 – Panel
The government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) charged Solidariedade, PDT and União Brasil, parties of the allied base, for having opened space for the PL to make nominations in the Commission for Public Security and Combating Organized Crime of the Chamber.
As the Panel showed, of the 34 nominees on Wednesday (15), 27 were military or police officers.
The regiment provides that the number of members of each collegiate respects the proportionality of the benches.
As some commissions are more coveted than others and this interest changes according to the ideological position of each party, exchanges are allowed.
Solidariedade, for example, gave up one of its vacancies to allow the appointment of deputy Eduardo Pazuello (PL-RJ), former minister of Jair Bolsonaro (PL), to the committee. The PDT, on the other hand, gave space to Sargento Gonçalves (PL-RN).
União Brasil, whose support for the government remains uncertain, allowed the nomination of Deputy Delegate Paulo Bilynskyj (PL-SP).
The Ministry of Justice works for the resumption of these spaces. The composition can be changed during the legislature.
The assessment is that the leaders in Congress dozed off and allowed the imbalance. The presidency was held by Bolsonarist Ubiratan Sanderson (PL-RS).
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