The Plenary of the House rejected Wednesday the complaint of corruption against President Michel Temer, presented in June by the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) to the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and based on the statements of executives of the JBS and In the conversation recorded between the peemedebista and the entrepreneur Joesley Batista, of the group J & F, as it advanced this morning by Brazil Monitor.
Parliamentarians voted for the report produced by Rep. Abi-Ackel, who rejected the complaint and recommended, in his opinion in the House’s Constitution and Justice Commission, the file of the proceedings.
In order for the complaint to be authorized to continue in the STF, at least 342 votes were required against the CCJ ruling. Temer, on the other hand, needed the vote of a third of the deputies (171 votes). The 171 and that released to Temer of the complaint was of the deputy Simão Sessim from Rio de Janeiro.
The vote is still underway, although the number needed to free Temer from being prosecuted has already been reached.