Minister Rosa Weber, Federal Supreme Court (STF), rapporteur of four actions that ask for the revocation of the decree of President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) that granted individual pardon to deputy Daniel Silveira, decided that the case will be judged directly in the Plenary.
The decision states that it will not individually review requests. So far, however, there is no date set for the trial in the collegiate. Read the full of Rosa Weber’s decision.
The congressman was sentenced by the STF in trial on the 20th, to eight years and nine months of imprisonment, in an initial closed regime, for crimes of threat to the Democratic State of Law and coercion in the course of the process.
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Based on article 12 of Law 9,868/1999, Rosa Weber asked the President of the Republic for information within ten days, to support the judgment on the merits, and then she will hear the arguments of the Attorney General’s Office (AGU) and the Attorney General’s Office. General of the Republic (PGR). Each body will have five days to manifest.
The minister understood that, due to the “relevance and special significance for the social order and legal security”, the Arguments of Noncompliance with Fundamental Precepts (ADPFs) 964, 965, 966 and 967, presented by the Sustainability Network, by the PDT, by the Citizenship and PSOL, respectively, must be processed together, for analysis by the collegiate.
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The parties allege that the presidential decree violated the fundamental precepts of impersonality and morality, which should govern the performance of public administration, provided for in article 37 of the Federal Constitution. They also point out that the norm must be annulled, as it granted constitutional grace without the final judgment of conviction (when there is no longer any appeal).
In the evaluation of the acronyms, there was also a deviation in purpose, as the act was not carried out aiming at the public interest, but at the personal interest of Bolsonaro, since Daniel Silveira is his political ally.
Editing: Vivian Virissimo