The Committee on Constitution, Justice and Citizenship (CCJ) of the Chamber approved, on Tuesday (23), the admissibility of the Proposal for Amendment to the Constitution (PEC) 159/19, which determines that public servants and ministers of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) will be compulsorily retired at 70 years of age. Currently, the age is 75 years old.
The constitutionality of the PEC was approved by 35 votes in favor and 24 against.
The proposal revokes amendment 88/15, which increased the mandatory retirement of ministers of the STF, Superior Courts and the Federal Court of Accounts from 70 to 75 years.
With approval by the CCJ, the proposal goes to be analyzed by a special commission. Afterwards, it still needs to be approved by the Plenary, in two rounds of voting.
* With information from the Chamber Agency
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