This Friday afternoon (05), six deputies from four parties filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court (STF) to try to annul the vote on the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution (PEC) No. 23/21, the PEC dos Precatórios.
Approved in the first round in the Chamber, by 312 votes to 144 first, at dawn this Thursday (04), the bill needed only 308 votes in favour. PEC is one of the main projects to make Brazil Aid, which will replace Bolsa Família, viable.
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However, for the parliamentarians, the government only got the necessary vote because the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), adopted some maneuvers at the time of voting, such as validating the votes of legislators licensed to exercise a diplomatic mission. , which is contrary to the Internal Regulation.
“This writ of mandamus is intended to correct the non-compliance with the due legislative process, as well as the evident non-compliance with the constitutional precepts referring to the proposals for constitutional amendments”, says the action.
The deputies who signed the document are: Alessandro Molon (PSB-RJ), Fernanda Melchiona (PSol-RJ), Joice Hasselmann (PSDB-SP), Kim Kataguiri (DEM-SP), Marcelo Freixo (PSB-RJ) and Vanderlei Macris (PSD-SP).
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