Congressman Rodrigo Maia (no party-RJ) reacted today to messages from President Jair Bolsonaro, early this Saturday morning, in which he says he will ask the Senate to open proceedings against the justices of the Supreme Court (STF) Alexandre de Moraes and Luis Roberto Barroso next week. “That’s how the populists act. Once elected, they attack democratic institutions and try to destroy representative democracy and the democratic state. He is, in fact, a dictator equal to Chávez”, wrote Maia, in a publication on Twitter.
Bolsonaro also argues in his posts on the social network that the opening of the process would be based on article 52 of the Constitution, which establishes the exclusive competence of the Senate to prosecute and judge the justices of the Supreme Court for crimes of responsibility. “Everyone is aware of the consequences, internal and external, of an institutional rupture, which we neither provoke nor desire. For a long time now, justices Alexandre de Moraes and Luís Roberto Barroso, of the Federal Supreme Court, have gone beyond the constitutional limits with acts”, wrote Bolsonaro on his social networks, early this Saturday morning.
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