The Chamber of Deputies decided on Tuesday (10) to reject and file the proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC) which proposed the printed vote in elections, plebiscites and referendums. The result represents a defeat for President Jair Bolsonaro, who defends the idea.
By 229 votes in favor and 218 against, the plenary rejected the PEC hours after the military micareta, with armored vehicles passing through Praça dos Três Poderes.
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As it is a PEC, a minimum of 308 votes in favor would be needed to send the text to the Senate. In a little while, the text will be voted on again, in the 2nd round.
The voting took place hours after the military micareta, with armored vehicles passing through Praça dos Três Poderes.
Government and PSL leaders, Ricardo Barros (PP-PR) and Vitor Hugo (PSL-GO), tried to avoid ending the debate, but failed. In another effort, they tried to postpone the discussion, but federal deputy Bohn Gass (PT-RS) reminded Lira that the regiment does not provide for a postponement when there are no changes in the text. It was also approved, against the will of the PSL and the government, a requirement to vote the PEC in two rounds at once.
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